New show on Colors to explore complexities of modern relationships
The show will premiere on June 4 and air every Monday to Friday at 10 p.m. on COLORS
Published - Jun 1, 2018 1:13 PM Updated: Jun 1, 2018 1:13 PM
Highlighting complexities of modern day relationships, COLORS is all set to strengthen its position in the fiction show category with the launch of Silsila Badalte Rishton Ka, a show that explores the relationship of two modern-day couples. Produced by 'Sphere Origin' the show has a stellar cast which includes Shakti Arora essaying the role of Dr. Kunal Malhotra, Aditi Sharma as Mauli Malhotra, Drashti Dhami as Nandini Rajdeep Thakur and Abhinav Shukla as Rajdeep Thakur. The show premieres on 4 June and will air every Monday to Friday at 10 p.m. only on COLORS.
This show will explore how relationships are incredibly fragile, having to accommodate the often-conflicting desires of two rather than one. The show will revolve around the lives of Kunal and Mauli, Nandini and Rajdeep and how different situations and circumstances bring various twists in their lives.
Talking about this development, Manisha Sharma – Programming Head, COLORS, said, “With Silsila we are exploring an evolved and modern love story. The twist and turns every relationship goes through often complicates situations making the person break boundaries. This complicated yet interesting space will keep everyone intrigued and engaged with viewers contemplating the difference between what feels right and what seems wrong."
Producer, Sunjoy Waddhwa, Sphere Origins, added, “We are pleased to launch SILSILA on COLORS. We as a team bring to you a refreshing story that is also modern-day reality. SILSILA will highlight millennial relationships and the various challenges faced by couples, today. We are sure that it will be a show that the audience will relate too and also be hooked onto.”
Drashti Dhami, who plays Nandini, stated, “I play the character Nandini Rajdeep Thakur who is a docile girl. She goes through tough times but wants her relationship to work out and makes all efforts to ensure it does. The show brings a lot of challenges in terms of the portrayal of my character and that’s what I’m most excited about.”
“The unique concept has got me hooked. SILSILA has strong content and amazing direction. The show is based on a concept that is prevalent today but one which is not address openly. We are all extremely excited to bring such an intense story to our viewers," said Shakti Arora who plays Kunal.
Aditi Sharma (Mauli) said, “I’m going to portray a strong headed, practical girl who believes in working hard towards set goals. She is the pillar of strength for her husband, Kunal and is the more practical one in the relationship. The show is sure to have a deep connect with the audience and I’m very pleased to be part of it.”
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