IBN7 readies to launch third season of ‘Zindagi Live’

MUMBAI: Hindi news channel IBN7 is set to bring back the third season of its popular talk show Zindagi Live. Starting 18 October, the show will go on air every Sunday at 8 pm.

The series will commence with special episode on ‘On-screen Bhagwans‘ that will feature Arun Govil who portrayed Sri Ram in Ramayana, Nitish Bharadawaj who played Sri Krishna in Mahabharata, Dhriti who was the playful Makhanchor of Jai Sri Krishna along with Mukul Naag, the Sai Baba in the serial Sai Baba Tere Hazaron Haath.

The four ‘TV Gods‘ will talk about how their lives changed after playing these characters.

Zindagi Live, in its third season, will take bigger subjects, untouched issues and a sensitive and compassionate approach to bring forth sensitive topics that have never been discussed on Indian television, the channel said in a release.

Some of the topics that will be discussed this season include the life of Bollywood stars’ duplicates, extraordinary lives of people after retirement, life of a stuntman, terrorism suspects who were actually innocent, victims of ragging, and unusual entrepreneurs.

IBN7 managing editor Ashutosh said, “Zindagi Live is not just another talk show, what makes it different is its sincerity that has no parallel while communicating to the viewer. The show is one such example where the ‘emotional connect’ of the presenter has turned the show into an intense powerhouse of emotions.”

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