The concept of the movie "Jabariya Jodi" is based on 'Pitta Marriage' in Bihar. But do you know how this practice started?In the small villages of Rajasthan and Bihar, the practice of 'betrayal marriage' is still carried out, where the boys are abducted and married to the daughters of the house. But the main reason behind this unique practice is the dowry being taken in our country, only those who were successful in paying dowry in the village of Kuki, only their daughters' dolly got up.
Proving more information about this, Prashant Singh said: The practice of catch-up marriage has been going on in the villages of India for almost 30 years. It is a method of avoiding giving dowry to villagers in their daughters. Even today, there is no marriage without dowry and about 80% of people are not able to give dowry, but to get married to their daughters, they are financially capable Forgetting the boy, forcing his daughter to marry his daughter. So that the daughter-in-law of dowry does not have a daughter at home. It is a custom that has become a practice among the villagers even after it is a crime.
And now with this "forced pair" this unique concept of "Caught marriage" is being presented for the first time in a big screen. Directed by Prashant Singh, the movie 'Jabaria Jodi' is fully prepared to entertain the audience with a unique love story, which is based on the practice of witch weddings.Interestingly, both of the film's writers, Sanjeev, Of Jha and Prashant Singh keep a tabla from this state, so they have given it a hypothetical form while keeping the story as realistic as possible, while working on the facts.