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TV gets new lease of life

Out with the old and in with the new — that’s the cycle of nature. With the festive season around the corner, channels plan to keep viewers hooked to their TV sets. Here the five new shows to watch out for:

tv Updated: Oct 29, 2012 17:25 IST
Kavita Awaasthi
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Out with the old and in with the new — that’s the cycle of nature. With the festive season around the corner, channels plan to keep viewers hooked to their TV sets. Here the five new shows to watch out for:

Veera
Veera is a story of complex human relationships narrated through a loving brother Ranvijay, who becomes a mother-figure for his sister, Veera. A heart-warming story about a brother-sister bond, it stars child actors Bhavesh Balchandani and Harshita Ojha Actors Sneha Wagh, Sudhanshu Pandey and Yajuvendra Singh also feature in the show.

It premieres today at 10.30 pm on Star Plus

Qubool Hai
Attempting to break stereotypes about the Muslim community, Zee’s new show is a mix of drama and romance. It revolves around three characters — Zoya, who questions rigid stereotypes, Ayan, who falls for every pretty face but is noncommittal in relationships and Asad, who has renounced love for professional ambition. The show marks the return of actor Karan Singh Grover.

It premieres today at 9.30 pm on Zee TV

Others:
Khamoshiyan
The Mohit Sehgal starrer will air on Star Plus from mid-November. It is a story about a daughter's journey to find her mother. Producer Ila Bedi says, “It should be a clutter breaker on TV."

Anamika
It is a love story with a supernatural twist. Produced by Vikas Seth, the show stars newbies Mudit Nair and Annie Gill. It will go on air this November end on Sony.

Untitled
The Jay Soni starrer is a family drama. It is likely to go on air this November end on Colors.