Mumbai – Bringing alive the bond of sisters is a brand new offering from Colors – Shastri Sisters – a show that follows the life of four sisters – Alka (Neha Pednekar), Anushka (Ishita Ganguly), Devyani (Sonal Vengurlekar) and Peeya (Pragati Chourasiya) – as they make their journey from Kanpur to Delhi, while supporting each other on the rollercoaster of life. Produced by Shakuntalam Telefilms, Shastri Sisters will air every Monday to Saturday at 7pm.
The Shastri Sisters
Alka, Anushka, Devyani and Peeya find their lives changing drastically as they follow their father, Narayan Shastri (Rajesh Jais), who transfers to New Delhi for his government job. Facing the new world head on, smiling through not-so-easy moments of life, the Shastri Sisters become each other’s biggest strengths. Together, they learn to navigate the unfamiliar streets and ways of the big city, often finding themselves in chuckle-worthy and sometimes poignant situations.
Speaking about the show, Prashant Bhatt, Weekday Programming Head of Colors, said, “Through Shastri Sisters, we are looking at presenting a story people can relate to – a slice of life tale that brings alive the bitter sweet moments of life as witnessed by four young girls who are sisters and friends for life. Every viewer will find himself or herself in the story. And we are delighted to be partnering with Shakuntalam Telefilms once again to create a show that I’m sure will touch hearts and make each of you smile.”
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