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Star Plus launches new family drama ‘Santaan’

23-October-2007
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Star Plus launches new family drama ‘Santaan’

Expanding its dominance in the extended prime time slot, Star Plus has launched a new family drama, ‘Santaan’. The show was premiered on October 22, and will be aired from Monday-Thursday in the 7.30 pm time slot.

Commenting on the show, an official communiqué said, “Set in the backdrop of Kanpur, the show will depict the lifestyle and generation gap, conflicting values and morals between parents and their children. With its emotive portrayal of storyline, the show will find its immediate relevance in the present day society, where each character will be easily identifiable and relatable.”

Dedicated to all the parents who have overcome the barriers of life to create a promising and bright future for their children, ‘Santaan’ will narrate the story of every other household of this generation and society.

Produced by Shakuntalam Telefilms, the show is being directed by Sujit Singh, and produced by Neelima and Shyam Bajpayee.

The show is based on relationships and the common thread that binds them all. The story is about a couple and their hardships to keep their family closely and happily bonded even in the face of the everyday struggle of life.

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