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Sony brings in small town charm with new 8 pm show ‘Kaajjal Sabbki Aankhon Mein Basi’

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Sony brings in small town charm with new 8 pm show ‘Kaajjal Sabbki Aankhon Mein Basi’

After celebrity dance show ‘Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa’, Sony Entertainment Television is now ready with a new daily drama, ‘Kaajjal Sabbki Aankhon Mein Basi’, which will be aired from October 9 at 8.00 pm, Monday to Thursday.

Commenting on the new daily, N P Singh, COO of SET India Pvt Ltd, said, “With the launch of ‘Kaajjal…’ we are offering our viewers a fresh, original and a modern day fairy tale. This simple love story will find a place in the hearts of every young girl, every family, and every home. After successfully launching the internationally popular format dance show recently, we hope this fresh home grown fiction will win the hearts of our viewers and bring a soothing effect to their eyes.”

Sandiip Sikcand, Chief Creative Director of Sony Entertainment Television said, “Kaajjal is the heartbeat of this drama. This small town girl, along with her ‘Gannu bhaiyya’, leaves Mussourie to follow her heart, in search of perfect love. But will she find the perfect love she dreams of? In Kaajjal you will meet the true sunshine girl who will bring warmth and love in your lives.”

The soap has been produced by Twenty-Twenty TV, a part of the K Sera Sera Group, and has been directed by Ashish Patel, who has to his credit hit serials like ‘Kumkum - Pyara sa Bandhan’.

As for the storyline: protagonist Kaajjal is a radio jockey and lives with her doting father and caring aunt. Like the proverbial rooster she wakes up the township with her popular morning radio show. This spirited, adorable young girl is loved by all in the scenic township. As viewers follow Kaajjal’s journey, a poignant love story unfolds. Kaajjal dreams about her knight in shinning armour, and she finds love, but in the most unexpected form.


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