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Monday, March 26, 2018

Comedy galore as Neetu dreams of Rupal’s pregnancy
In the upcoming episodes of primetime laugh riot, TV show  ‘Saat Phero Ki Hera Pherie’,  Bhupi (Shekhar Suman) interrupts Neetu (Swati Shah) while she is daydreaming to inform her that Rupal (Ami Trivedi) is unwell and vomiting. Neetu connects her dream with Rupal’s vomiting and assumes Rupal to be pregnant. Rupal requests Goldie to get her some medicines but Goldie refuses and shows her Neetu bhabhi’s important list of things to buy. Looking at the list, Rupal assumes that Neetu is pregnant. Both the couples congratulate each other and Neetu tells Rupal not to share the news with anybody especially the maids. But the maid overhears and spreads the news in the entire society about Neetu Bhabhi’s pregnancy.

Commenting on the upcoming track Ami Trivedi (Rupal) said “The upcoming track is high on fun and entertainment. The confusion created between Rupal and Neetu about who amongst them is pregnant is very interesting and I’m really looking forward to seeing the upcoming sequence.
 Sony SAB’s ‘Saat Phero Ki Hera Pherie’, Monday - Friday 9:30PM

‘Princess’ Bharti Singh ‘romances’ Ram Kapoor
The queen comedienne Bharti Singh is all set to tickle your funny bone with Discovery JEET's popular show Comedy High School starring the roly-poly flabby Ram Kapoor. The multi-talented Bharti Singh will join the cast of Comedy High School after her much talked about wedding.Comedian Bharti will be portraying the role of Princess of Junagadh who has come to donate funds for school and will be romancing Ram Kapoor in the show. The stand-up comedienne will be seen cracking up the audience with her unique comic timing, rapping and dancing skills. Talking about her association with Comedy High School, Bharti, said, “It is my love for the genre and the unique concept of Comedy High School that drove me to take up the show. Comedy High School is nothing short of a laughter fest on television. I had an amazing time reuniting with Ram Kapoor, Paritosh Tripathi.”
 
Maansik bandhua theme in post-leap  ‘Udaan’
Bringing to life the rampant practice of bonded labor, Udann with its engaging narrative and powerful performances has kept viewers captivated from its inception. Chakor, one of television’s most iconic characters has showed a graph unlike any other character. What started as a 7 year old’s dream to be free has culminated into an intense saga of freedom across social injustice, familial feuds and emotional barriers over its spectacular 1000 episode run. Taking the mantle forward, Udann will be seen taking a 1.5 years leap, addressing the very relevant issue of psychological domination or else being a “maansik bandhua”. Recently, viewers saw Chakor (Meera Deosthale) and Suraj (Vijayendra Kumeria), who suffered a lot at the hands of Imli (Vidhi Pandya), finally get rid of her. They will start their life afresh with a beautiful new addition to their family – their baby girl Saavi .Talking about the same, Meera Deosthale (Chakor) said, “Yes, the show will be taking a leap and I am really excited with the upcoming track. Chakor’s fight is inspiring, in spite of motherhood – her battle against injustice will continue.” Udaan--Monday to Friday 8:30 PM only on COLORS

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