What to watch this weekend: Encounter, Comedy Nights
As you gear up for the weekend and plan the fun ahead, we bring a list of interesting things happening on TV. If you plan to stay at home, these are the must-watch shows.
Starting from Friday (April 11), a new crime based show will begin on Sony TV. Manoj Bajpayee makes his small screen comeback with the show that is inspired by real life stories.
You can also watch crime-based shows Savdhaan India (Life OK @10 pm on Saturdays and Sundays). Crime Patrol, another show inspired by real life stories, airs at 11pm on weekend nights and is also re-run quite often.
You will not complain about being at home if you are watching Sherlock Holmes: The Game of Shadows (@9pm) Movies Now on Saturday.
Other movies that you can enjoy with some home-made popcorn are Finding Nemo (8:30am), Home Alone (6pm) on Star Movies.
Star Movies offers Bridget Jones' Diary (3pm), Fast and Furious (7pm) and Twilight Breaking Dawn 2 (9pm).
Action + Comedy = entertainment
Weekend nights can be more exciting with Khatron Ke Khiladi(@9pm) and Comedy Nights with Kapil (@10pm) on Colors TV this Saturday. Kapil Sharma is sure to offer a laugh riot considering his guest is none other than news anchor Rajat Sharma.
We hope Rohit Shetty's high-octane show will continue to keep the audience on the edge of their seats.
You can also watch Anupama Chopra's The Front Row (@10:30am) on Saturday if Bollywood is your taste.
Talking of Bollywood, Star Gold will air Damini (9am) and 1920 (11am) on Saturday - movies you might want to re-visit.
Salman Khan fans can watch his latest movie Jai Ho (@6pm) on Star Plus.
Watch Shahid Kapoor, Sonakshi Sinha dance on Femina Miss India 2014 on ColorsTV 13th April 7 pm.
Zee TV offers two historical/mythological shows - Buddha (11am) on Sunday, a show that tracks the life of mythological character Gautam Buddha, as well as Jodha Akbar (@8pm).
Hungry for some issue-based shows this weekend? UTV's Bindaas offers two - Halla Bol (8pm) and Change Ayega Hum Laenge (10pm). While Halla Bol is based on real stories of people who have fought back against crime, Change Ayega Hum Layenge is a satire-cum-reality show that highlights social evils and then showcases reaction of people to these evils in real-time settings.
Change Ayega Hum Layenge will focus on civic responsibilities this time.