Two New Shows On Sahara One From January 24 Social Drama – Rishton Ki Bhanwar Mein Uljheniyat

Two new shows on Sahara One from January 24
Social Drama – Rishton Ki Bhanwar Mein UljheNIYATI
Comedy HI! PADOSIKaun Hai Doshi

Rishton Ki Bhanwar Mein UljhiNIYATI – Every Monday to Friday at 9 p.m

Does the responsibility of a girl towards her parents end with her marriage?

Sahara Ones new social drama Niyati deals with the dilemma that women face when they start on a new life with their husband and his family.

It is the story of Niyati Sharma, coming from a middle-class family from Nagpur a practical girl who has grown up appreciating her fathers hard work to get his daughters educated and her mothers sacrifices to supplement their meager family income.
When Niyati gets a job, she gets the opportunity to bring home her salary and give her parents some much needed relief from their incessant struggle to make ends meet.

A marriage proposal comes for Niyati from the Shastri family, a large joint family where all the sons including the married ones hand over their earnings to their mother, who rules the household with an authoritarian hand.

Niyati gets married and is a dutiful daughter-in-law. Continuing her job, she follows the family practice and hands over her earnings to her mother-in-law.

Then destiny takes a turn. Her father meets with an accident and is unable to continue with his job. Niyati decides to support her father financially, which brings her in confrontation with her domineering mother-in-law. With her fathers financial situation worsening, Niyati faces the dilemma of choosing between her responsibility to her husband and his family and her duty as a daughter to her father.

Hi! PadosiKaun hai Doshi – Every Monday to Friday at 7.30 p.m

This rib-tickling comedy of Sahara One is surely going to tickle your funny bones. Two families move into Ram Bharose Co-opeartive Housing Society that stands on the site of a tabela (buffalo stable) in a suburb of Mumbai.

Dr. Harbans Lal Mehta a typical loud Punjabi & Advocate Hasmukh Lal Mehta, the archetypal Gujarati end up as neighbors sharing the same initials H. L. Mehta, giving rise to mix-ups that entangle the two Mehta families and the other wacky residents of Ram Bharose in a series of comic escapades!

For further information, please contact:
Atul Malikram
9827092823