Hindi GECs line up supernatural, historical, women-centric shows in November

With the festival season on full swing, TV channels have ramped up their offerings. November will see an exciting line-up of shows across genres. A look at what’s in store for viewers this month... 

Zee TV 

Zee TV’s latest offering is a supernatural show – ‘Manmohini’, which will feature Ankit Siwach, Rheyna Pandit and Garima Singh Rathore as the lead cast. Marque shows on Zee TV such as ‘Kumkum Bhagya’, ‘Kundali Bhagya’, ‘Ishq Subhan Allah’ and ‘Pavitra Rishta’ have been a complete blend of emotions and romantic drama and have resonated well with the viewers. Shows like ‘Jodha Akbar’ and ‘Shree Vishnu Dashavatara’ had proved themselves to be well-structured source of history and mythological knowledge. Similar to all its entertaining shows, Zee TV promises to add up to its viewers’ enjoyment with ‘Manmohini’ this November. 

Star Bharat 

India has had age old history associated with myths legends folklore, and one of the biggest myths has been that of the curses. But Science and Spiritualism, both try to decipher life and its meaning in their own respective ways. However, there is much that remains to be completely understood. There are mysteries that sometimes remain unexplained for centuries. And one such enigma is the subject matter of ‘Kaal Bhairav Rahasya 2’. The show reveals an unsolved mystery of a family based in a fictitious village set in Madhya Pradesh. 

After the success of the first season, ‘Kaal Bhairav Rahasya’ in the second season will narrate an engrossing and gripping tale of a royal family residing in Kanakgarh, which has been under the spell of a deadly curse for 150 years. A curse that ensures the death of every male heir born in the family before his 30th birthday. After an intriguing clash between myth and mystery of ‘Kaal Bhairav Rahasya’, this season promises to keep the audience intrigued, revelling in this genre of unseen and unheard of reality. 

The show stars Gautam Rode in the lead role. On his new role, Rode said, “I am thrilled to return to television as Veervardhan and with ‘Kaal Bhairav Rahasaya’. The show provides its viewers a vicarious thrill. Adding to this experience, we wanted to make our first announcement as disruptive as we could.” 

Sony Entertainment Television 

Sony Entertainment Television is all geared with a set of new shows, including special shows for women and a bonus for history lovers. Two women-centric shows – ‘Patiyala Babes’ and ‘Ladies Special’ – will premiere this November. Much-awaited historical show, ‘Chandragupta Morya’, will hit the small screens from November 14 at 8 pm. Also in the line-up is popular dance reality show, ‘Super Dancer 3’. 


Banking on the tremendous popularity of its flagship show ‘Naagin’, Colors’ next offering is also in the supernatural genre – ‘Vish ya Amrit – Sitara’. Starring Lavina Tandon and Shilpa Sakhlani, the show is slated to go on air in November.


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