ABP News' 'Love aur Dhokha' revisits 6 untimely deaths

MUMBAI: The film and television industry, while well known and envied for its glamour and lifestyle, has also had its fair share of tragedies over the years. Tragedies which took away some of the brightest and most promising stars of the industry and left behind a plethora of questions about what happened and regrets of what could have been.

ABP News, in an all-new six-part series – ‘Love aur Dhokha’, revisits six such tragic deaths that have happened over the years in the industry. Six untimely deaths which shocked and saddened everyone. The reasons for these deaths were varied - from a failed love affair to an inability to deal with the pressure of the glamour world to being just a ghastly crime of murder and deceit.

‘Love aur Dhokha’ turns back the clock once again to take a look at what had happened in six such cases. The 6 part series will be revisiting the deaths of Laila Khan, Divya Bharti, Silk Smitha, Pratyusha Banerjee, Jiah Khan and Mukesh Agarwal (Rekha’s husband). Each episode of ‘Love aur Dhokha’ will feature one particular case, revisiting the sequence of events and all the known facts about each of these tragic deaths.

Starting from 19 August, ‘Love aur Dhokha’, which will be broadcast every Saturday at 9.30 pm with a repeat telecast on Sunday at 9.30 am, is going to be a roller coaster ride of emotions, truths and lies revolving around some of the most tragical deaths in the entertainment industry over the last few decades.

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