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A heady mix of romantic telly tales

Be it a mix of passion or understanding or love intermingled with friendship, romance comes on a platter on Indian telly.

india Updated: May 29, 2006 20:25 IST
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Boldand Romantic
Telling trait: A mix of passion and understanding, the bond between Rahul Lamba (Rohit Roy) and Priyanka Kharbanda (Sangeetha Ghosh) takes strength from the enmity between their families.

While Rahul is a believer in goodness, Priyanka would not mind using tactics to help her family and husband.

This jodi is similar to those business tycoons married to efficient, home-loving girls.

While they are bound by passion, there is also an element of friendship and understanding in their relationship.

Show: Virasat on Star Plus (yet to begin)

Togetherfor Good
Telling trait: An obedient son married to an independent-minded girl — that is how the relationship between Sneha (Deepa Parab) and Pranav (Amit Jain) can be summed up.

A loving couple otherwise, the only obstacle for them is the autocratic father Mansukhlal Shah.

While Pranav’s life is all about obeying his father, for Sneha, it’s a way of living she is not used to.

Show: Thodi Khushi Thode Gham on Sony

Soft ’N’ Mushy
Telling trait: This one comes straight from the 60s. The unspoken romance between Nahar Singh (Sharad Kelkar) and Saloni (Rajshree Thakur) has led to great TRPs.

While Saloni is the perfect Indian wife, the stylish and royal Nahar is a doting husband.

However, the vulnerable Saloni doesn’t really believe in bringing any bad vibes between them. They are truly made and mad for each other.

Show: Saat Phere on Zee