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Zee's latest in its superhero trilogy aims to 'unify' families

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Zee's latest in its superhero trilogy aims to 'unify' families

Zee TV is all set to launch its new show Maharakshak Aryan. The show is all about a boy next door destined to be a superhero.

Aryan is the first amongst Zee TV’s Superhero trilogy ‘Maharakshak’ that will showcase the triumph of good over evil.

Commenting on the launch, Pradeep Hejmadi, Business Head, Zee TV said, “Aryan is the first of our new superhero trilogy ‘Maharakshak’. The series is a part of our weekend family unifier strategy. With shows like Neeli Chhatri Wale, Dil se Naachein Indiawaale and now Maharakshak Aryan, we have added a new flavour of fantasy to our line up, attracting diverse sets of family members. Our current fiction line up is robust and is only poised to get stronger.”

In an exclusive video chat with e4m, Hejmadi said, “We will heavily promote this show on TV and also various other platforms.” The group is betting big on this show and has PCJ as a ‘powered by; sponsor. “We are expecting good numbers and want to bring this show in the top slot in initial weeks,” said Hejmadi.

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