Three New Shows on Indian Television, Which One Would Rule the TRPs?
Indian television always brings to its viewers some promising stories, some of which manage to strike a chord while others get lost in the heap of similar looking plots.
In the coming weeks, you would be presented three different stories on three different channels. All the soaps have promising trailers and different storylines. What remains to be watched is what would be the factor that would determine the success of these serials. Also, it would be interesting to know if these shows would be able to break the magic spell that Zindagi has cast over the Indian audience.
Here are some insider details about these upcoming shows:
Laut Aao Trisha
Now coming to the inside details, we have heard that Laut Aao Trisha was first titled 'Missing' and was supposed to air on Star Plus. However, the recent success of Life Ok, and that too without any typical family drama, proved to be the decision maker for the fate of this show.
Now coming to the inside details, this show is the first television production venture of
The show is produced by Shakuntalam Telefilms, and stars Neha Pednekar, Ishita Ganguly,
Now coming to the inside details, it seems like the recent success of Life Ok in terms of the number one channel has stirred something inside the Colors’ office. The channel is reported to have undertaken a 360-degree integrated marketing campaign to promote Shastri Sisters across various media like cable, radio, OOH, in-train branding, print and television. Also, the channel has designed a special digital campaign which is being implemented on social media in form of quizzes.
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