Zummarella, is a caricature about woman who has it all. The work deals with the status of empowered women in a rapidly globalized world. It depicts the mores of contemporary women who are battling to be a super-mom, super-career-woman, super-wife, as well as unique and super in every way. The challenges facing these women are super-heroic in proportion, whether it is self-imposed or imposed from the outside even though the women are highly empowered. This work examines the tragicomic impossible situations, and the isolation stemming from the conceitedness of feeling "different and better than anybody else." It also deals with the hypocrisy of seeking to be different and the agony of contemporary women unable to escape from a self-made predicament and social mores in the land of entitlement.