MUMBAI: Star Plus is launching a new show titled 'Veera' that will narrate a story about a brother-sister bond.
Starting 29 October, the new show will air from Monday to Friday at 10.30 pm.
'Veera' is replacing Star Plus' long-running show 'Pratigya' which is going off-air this week. The new show will compete with the leader of the slot Sony Entertainment Television's (Set) Bade Achhe Lagte Hain, Zee TV's 'Punarvivaha' and Colors' Parichay.
Star Plus GM Nachiket Pantvaidya said, "Veera is a story of complex human relationships narrated through a loving brother Ranvijay, who becomes a motherly-figure for his sister. 'Veera' is a heartfelt story of a brother and sister bond that will give viewers hope and will highlight the importance of nurturing old bonds with their siblings. The relationship between siblings is unique and has a special place in our lives."
Produced by Beyond Dreams, the show is being directed by Waseem Sabeer.
According to the channel, Ranvijay and Veera's (lead characters) story is set to provide a ray of hope to all its viewers who often found themselves tangled in their complex daily life which is replete with strained relationships, rocky marriages, troubles family ties, routine pressures and hollow and materialistic existence.
'Veera' will fill an important void that is created by existential battles to survive "extremely busy" and "stressful" lives. The show will sensitively reinstate one's faith in family ties that now suffer from monotonous and hectic lifestyles, the channel said.