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SET to give a mythological twist to Fridays with new show ‘Mann Mein Hai Visshwas’

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SET to give a mythological twist to Fridays with new show ‘Mann Mein Hai Visshwas’

Sony Entertainment Television has a new property occupying the Friday 10 pm slot on the channel – ‘Mann Mein Hai Visshwas’ (MMHV) – which will go on air on August 18, 2006. The show will showcase real life incidents experienced by people, with television actor Nitish Bharadwaj (of Lord Krishna in ‘Mahabharat’ fame) as host.

Commenting on the new show, N P Singh, COO, SET India, said “‘Mann Mein Hai Visshwas’, with its mixed package of mythology, drama and reality, will carve its own niche in the prime time band. Mythological shows are usually telecast in the mornings, but due to this unique blend of realism and mythology this show will surely capture the viewer’s attention.”

MMHV is produced by Creative Eye Production, which had earlier produced mythological shows like ‘Om Namoh Shivay’, ‘Jap Tap Vrat’, ‘Om Namoh Narayan’, and ‘Shree Ganesh’, among others.

“With a strong anchor support like Nitish Bharadwaj for a show that blends mythology with real life, ‘Mann Mein Hai Visshwas’ will prove to be a very engaging show to watch out for amidst the saas-bahu sagas,” said Dheeraj Kumar, producer of the show.


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