Sahara, NDTV 24x7 to launch new shows this week

MUMBAI: Sahara must be having its fingers crossed . The big ticket Karishma- The Miracles of Destiny is finally releasing this week. On the other hand, The World This Week will make a comeback on NDTV 24x7.

After running into hot water, Karishma- The Miracles of Destiny was finally ushered on 18 August amidst a star studded press conference. Starting on Sahara on 25 August at 9:30 pm, this tale spanning three generations, marks the debut of leading lady of Hindi film industry Karisma Kapoor into television.

Boasting of lavish production values, a major chunk of this daily has been canned on several foreign locales, from Auckland to Christchurch, Omarama to Queenstown and in exotic parts of New Zealand. The cast boasts of several Hindi film personalities including Sanjay Kapoor, Arbaaz Khan, Jugal Hansraj, Arshad Warsi, Sheeba, Vikas Bhalla, Ayub Khan, Vijay Raaz and Tinu Anand. The show also includes song sequences.

NDTV's flagship show The World This Week , which has been voted as one of the five all-time best shows in India, will make a comeback with its original anchor Dr Prannoy Roy on NDTV 24x7. The show, back on popular demand, will take a look at international events from a clearly Indian perspective. The show will premiere on Friday, 29 August at 9:30 pm.

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