Before shooting for Damodhar Leela, I spent a week observing Trisha and her mother, says Neha Sargam
Now in the upcoming episodes, viewers will witness how Lord Krishna discovers while playing with his friends that Yashoda's punishment will only bring them closer and foster more love between them
Maa aur lalla ki kahaani hai adbudh. Defining a remarkable relationship between a mother and her son, Sony Entertainment Television’s mythological narrative, Yashomati Maiyaa Ke Nandlala in its current track, highlights Lord Krishna’s (Trisha Sarda) multiple mischiefs. The ardent fans have witnessed how Yashoda Maiyaa (Neha Sargam) got worried and fainted when she witnessed the entire ‘Brahmaand’ in her Kanha’s mouth.
Now in the upcoming episodes, viewers will witness how Lord Krishna discovers while playing with his friends that Yashoda's punishment will only bring them closer and foster more love between them. In an effort to get Yashoda to punish him, Lord Krishna does a number of things that he believes could irritate her. As Yashoda isn’t getting irritated, Lord Krishna angrily breaks multiple makkhan pots.
When Yashoda sees this and starts chasing Krishna, the Gopis hear his payal sound and gather outside Nand Bhavan. The Gopis claim to have informed Yashoda that Kanha is a makkhan chor only makes Yashoda angrier. Maiyaa Yashoda ultimately manages to catch hold of Krishna, and although she is moved by his tears, she chooses to tie him up and punish him. She constantly ties new ropes, but they always come up two fingers short, to the amusement of the other gopis.
Talking about shooting the sequence Neha Sargam essaying the role of Maiyaa Yashoda says, “We all wish to be the best version of parents for our children and want them to grow up and do amazing things with their lives. When a child makes mistakes, it’s our duty to guide them in the right direction. I spent a week observing Trisha and her mother after I got to know this track was coming up --- how her mother scolds her when she disobeys, both their expressions. As Trisha's mother accompanies her to the shoot, I was initially hesitant to tie her up and scold her in the sequence. After all, mothers often become angry when someone misbehaves with their children (laughs) but Trisha made it easy to shoot by saying, “You are my Maiyaa and you have the right to pull me up just like my mother.”