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Pihu to play Grey shades In Bade Achche Lagte Hai-Fenil Umrigar


Sony Entertainment Television’s popular show Bade Achhe Lagte Hain has taken a leap yet again. Pihu, played by Fenil Umrigar, is now a collegiate and she tells us how she may well be the central character of this long-running love story of a middle-aged couple. Advertisements

“At Sony, we believe that television is a reflection of our society”- Sneha Rajani, EVP and Business Head, Sony Entertainment Television.


  The Indian woman, modern and traditional in the same breath, with great willpower and commitment, is the beloved character that Sony Entertainment Television celebrates in ‘Kehta Hai Dil… Jee Le Zara’.

Sperm donation kind gesture: TV actor Manish Naggdev


Television actor Manish Naggdev, who is going “Vicky Donar” way by agreeing to donate his sperm, says if people like Shah Rukh Khan and Aamir Khan can go for surrogacy, then what is wrong in this!

Kaumadi To Goes Missing In Sony TV’s ChhanChhan.


In Sony’s ChhanChhan we had Seen that Manav and Chhanchhan get to know about Mukul’s affair – Manav’s Car meets with an accident while Chhanchhan and Kumud’s Kids were on their way to Temple. Manav and Chhanchhan get to know about Mukul’s affair.

Nia Sharma To Krystle D’Souza- Television Actor Grace The Ramp.


It seems fabulous when our favorite stars walk on the ramp, it looks even more beautiful if they have any special reason to grace the ramp. Some of our small screen actors like Krystle Dsouza, Sayantani Ghosh, Iqbal Khan, Nia Sharma and many more charmed the ramp for their own special reason.

‘Hitler Didi’ Rati Happy With Appreciation.


It’s a wrap on TV show “Hitler Didi“! Actress Rati Pandey, who played the lead role in it, says she has a whole lot of happy memories of her association with the show, which was appreciated by viewers for so long.

Are Mythological Shows The New Game Changers On Television???


Even till a few years ago, doing anything other than the run off the mill saas-bahu saga was seen as a bold step. The nation couldn’t get enough of their beloved Tulsis and Parvatis.