The journey of Kahe Diya Pardes started exactly a year ago on 28th March 2016. The serial with the love story of a Marathi Mulagi, Gauri and a North Indian boy, Shiv struck chords with audience soon. The Zee Marathi serial had already completed 300 episodes and also won the Best serial award with many other awards at 2016's Zee Marathi Awards.
The 4th Love story of Prem He is titled 'Bandh Reshmache'. It's a love story between divorced Isha and mide 40s unmarried man, Prasad. 'Banch Reshmache' is a concept by Zee Yuva, written by Ganesh Pandit. It is directed by Pravin Parab features talented actors Veena Jamkar and Sunil Barve. The story will be telecast on 20th and 21st March 2017 at 9 pm.
One of the most liked and watched Marathi TV serial is Khulata Kali Khulena. The serial has garnered good TRPs due to the unusal story line. Monika, Manasi and Vikrant are the few of the most loved characters from current television serials. Now is the time for all the cast and crew of the serial to attend the Chala Hawa Yeu Dya Platform.
Love can be expressed without saying a single word. Love can be seen in one other's eyes. Zee Yuva serial Prem He's next love story is based on this concept. Isha and Prasad are connected by the common thread of his daycare centre and her son Advait. Love can happen anytime, with anyone, without letting you know.
Holi being undoubtedly the most fun-filled of Hindu festival. It's also an occasion that brings in unadulterated joy and mirth, fun and play, music and dance, and of course, lots of bright colors. On the occasion of Holi, ‘Chala Hawa Yeu Dya’ artists are coming to entertain you with crazy performances.
Photography is an art to get perfect photos. It is what you need in the photo frame, so you can try any tricks out of that frame. Recently the same trick was used for Zee Yuva's upcoming love story Dambrya Photoshoot. The lead actors Prathamesh Parab and Krutika Deo are of same height and the photographer wanted Krutika's head on Prathamesh's shoulder for the perfect photo. So they used the concrete blocks under Prathamesh's feet. The results were perfect shots (as can be seen in the photos below).