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Thursday, February 07, 2019

Swarali –the winner singer!
The popular singing reality show, on Colors Marathi-- “Sur Nava Dhyas Nava..Chhote Surveer” concluded its musical journey and Swarali Jadhav emerged as the winner. Apart from the winner’s trophy, Swarali took prize money of worth Rs. 1 lakh. The winners were given prizes at the hands of the legendary singer Asha Bhosle. Swarali was given “Swarna Katyar”. Also, many TV celebs like Sayali Sanjeev, Shashank Ketkar were present to cheer up the little champs during their final performance. Swarali, after winning the title of Sur Nava Dhyas Nava Chhote Surveer, is ready for the USA tour as a part of her prize perks.

Chhoti Tasheen steps into Mere Sai
On Sony TV show Mere Sai, child actor Tasheen will be seen essaying the character of Tara who, as per the upcoming track will be visiting Shirdi along with her father who is on his way to meet his sister and her daughter Pari. While Tara is blessed with a fair complexion, her cousin, Pari is a dark-complexioned girl which unfortunately, becomes the talking point for everyone around them.It will be interesting to see how Sai Baba takes notice of the unfair comparison and educates the residents on the issue. Tasheen Shah who plays Tara, said “Another fact is that off-screen I and my family are staunch devotees of Sai Baba.” Tune in to ‘Mere Sai’ every Monday to Friday at 7.00 pm on Sony Entertainment TV.

‘Modern Family’ to end with its 11th season
ABC Network has announced that its long-running show "Modern Family" will end after its 11th season. The Disney-owned network made the announcement on Tuesday at the Television Critics Association's press tour. The show, started on ABC in September 2009 and revolves around an extended family. It has won a total of 22 Emmy awards, including five for best comedy series from 2010 to 2014. "Chris and Steve have created one of the most seminal and iconic comedies in television history," said ABC Entertainment president Karey Burke. Levitan said, "Even after 10 years together, we realized there are still some things our writers don't yet know about each other's sex lives."
 
Paridhi ‘Babes’ Sharma actually in tears
Patiala Babes the TV show that revolves around a mother-daughter and their relationship is already winning hearts. Mini (played by Ashnoor Kaur) is helping her mother Babita (essayed by Paridhi Sharma) become independent and is giving her wings to fly and create her own identity as Babita. In the current track, Babita is undergoing one of the most difficult phases of her life where she has taken the tough decision of giving a divorce to her husband. Paridhi known for her brilliant acting skills, while shooting for the divorce sequence, had gotten so much into the track, that once the shot was over, she broke down infront of everyone. It got everyone around worried Talking about this, Paridhi said, “I’m in a happy marriage in real-life and I have no one in my family or friends who have gone through a divorce. So, understanding the emotions to get it right on-screen was challenging and I got so overwhelmed ” Patiala Babes from Monday to Friday at 9 pm on Sony TV.

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