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At the same time, Zindagi’s mothership, Zee TV, was running promos of what appeared as the most sensational episode yet of Kumkum Bhagya.
This list of current and cancelled Star Plus TV series includes the date when each show first aired, as well as which actors starred in the show.No, I am not just talking about the biggies like Hum Log, Booniyad, Khandan, Mahabharat or The Sword of Tipu Sultan; I am also talking about the lesser-known ones like Barrister Vinod, Katha Sagar, Indradhanush, Sigma, Jantar Mantar, Kashish, Phir Wohi Talash, Kshitij Yeh Nahin, Trishna, Neem Ka Ped, Afsaane…the list is long, really long.Actually, it might not be wrong to say that the late 80s and the best part of 90s were the golden years of Indian television.Instead, these shows from across the border expose the hollowness of Indian soap operas by being a class apart.The nation might want to know how they have managed to do it and might actually switch over to Pakistani soaps.A shattered Abhi is now refusing to talk to Pragya, blaming her for losing “his” child.
While Kumkum Bhagya can never hope to run a marathon (it would never finish), it’s seriously caught in a time warp, just like a horror story from a decade-old episode of Shhh Koi Hai on Star Plus where a bunch of youngsters caught in a ghostly village went round and round the whole day and yet were at the same place.
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Although television fans in different locations grew up with Star Plus on different channels, most of us got the same shows.
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After watching it, I’m sure you would be tempted to say, “Zindagi bezaar hai.” But we weren’t always this bad.