Women tend to have a natural inclination to prioritize others before themselves. They willingly put their dreams on hold, their aspirations tucked away in the corners of their hearts, as they devote themselves to the happiness and well-being of those they hold dear. Whether they are playing the roles of a mother, sister, or daughter, they often put the needs and well-being of others ahead of their own. This tendency stems from a deep sense of compassion, nurturing instincts, and a desire to support and care for those around them. However, “Almirah aur Tum” brings forth the idea that women also deserve to prioritize themselves at times, engage in self-care, and pursue their own passions and dreams. And that, by nurturing their own needs and desires, women can ultimately enhance their ability to contribute positively to the lives of others and achieve a sense of balance and fulfillment.
The DVC had some really powerful lines to invoke the spirit of self-prioritization, self-care, and self-appreciation in women. It appreciated women for what they do:
‘Tum wo ho jo kisi Hero se kum nahi,
such pooch to tum jesa kisi mein dum nahi’