We have all grown up with the belief that ‘God could not be everywhere so he made Mothers’. Mothers are like guardian angels, who shower endless love, affection and wisdom on their children. From cooking our favourite dish to spending quality time with us, from being a friend, tutor, guide, critic, she singlehandedly masters all her duties effortlessly and without complaining. Mothers are our first teachers and a valuable lesson taught by a Mother remains etched in our minds throughout our life. No matter how old we grow, the mother-child bond is the most cherished one and Anup Upadhyay, popularly known as Murari in Sony SAB’s Jijaji Chhat Par Hain reminisces his childhood, bond with his mother and a lesson learnt the hard way.
The talented Anup Upadhyay firmly believes that if a mother’s love is important so are her reprimands. He feels the guidance of a mother for right and wrong is a must even if it means taking strict disciplinary action. He is grateful to his mother for correcting him at every step of his life and instilling good values in him.
Anup Upadhyay a.k.a. Murari said, “I remember one incident when I was a very young, I stole twenty rupees from a temple. I was very excited and hid the money under my pillow. My mother later found the money and wondered where it came from. After I confessed to her that I stole it, I was scolded by my mother and punished for it. I realised my mistake and swore to never repeat it again. I learnt a valuable lesson for a life time.”