Zee Sarthak premiers two new shows ?Om Sai? & ?Mu Bi Ardhangini?

Zee Sarthak premiers two new shows ?Om Sai? & ?Mu Bi Ardhangini?

MUMBAI: Odia entertainment channel Zee Sarthak has launched a new show Mu Bi Ardhangini on 9 July 2018 in the time band of 7 pm, airing from Monday to Saturday, replacingManini.

It showcases a widower who is guilt ridden and doesn't want to move on but clings to the memories of his late wife. A young girl who is in love with the man despite the age difference wants to see him happy at any cost. The family wants nothing but harm for the man while this girl fights all hurdles and unites with him, to make him realise that life always gives a second chance and one should not let it go. There is a fantasy plot interwoven of the first wife appearing as a ghost, to add to the entertainment of viewers.

Pushing its existing mytho show of Paramavatar Shri Krishna to the time band of 5:30 pm, airing from Monday to Friday, the channel has also launched Om Sai in the time band of 6 pm from Monday to Saturday from 9 July onwards.

Based on the life and teachings of Shri Shirdi Sai Baba, the show would be a delight for both religious and spiritual seekers as well as people who enjoy mytho in general.

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