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Zee TV beefs up weekend offering with new show ‘Zindagi Badal Sakta hai – Hadsaa’

08-May-2008
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Zee TV beefs up weekend offering with new show ‘Zindagi Badal Sakta hai – Hadsaa’

In the gamut of reality shows, comedy shows and ‘family’ soaps, the thriller genre somehow gets overshadowed. With Zee TV’s new serial ‘Zindagi Badal Sakta hai – Hadsaa’ premiering on May 9 at 9 pm, viewers can look forward to some thrilling time on TV. Zee TV proposes to add more muscle to its weekend content line-up with this new serial.

‘Zindagi Badal Sakta hai – Hadsaa’ is a weekend special with a new story every week spread over three episodes. The show, produced by Fireworks Productions, the makers of ‘CID’ and ‘Aahat’, is slated for weekends from Friday to Sunday.

Tarun Mehra, Business Head, Zee TV, said, “We have been known to dabble in programmes and content that are liked by our viewers. We were looking for a good concept for those of our viewers who have a taste for thrillers and ‘Hadsaa’ is a fast-paced weekend show with a new story every week. In fact, we have taken topical issues to be dealt with every week like bomb blasts and the kidney scam, to name a few.”

The series also marks the retun to television of Zee TV’s original game show master, Mohan Kapoor, (of ‘Saanp Seedhi’ fame).

‘Hadsaa’, touted as an emotional thriller, takes inspiration from real life incidents. It’s the story of how one incident can change lives forever. The show revolves around a Special Task Force comprising Khalid Siddiqui, Karan Oberoi, Himani Chawla and Pooja Bharti. The show moves on with episodic stories of crime.

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