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Sangati Jogwar

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  • Two new shows will replace Shark Tank India on Sony Television next month.
  • Both the shows tackle new subjects and the promos have created interest among the audience.

Shark Tank India has become a big hit in India and is discussed today in almost every household. Since it is a reality show, it will soon go off air in February and will be replaced by two family dramas on Sony Television. While Mose Chhal Kiye Jaaye will air from 9 pm to 9.30 pm Jagannath aur Purvi Ki Dosti Anokhi will air from 9.30 pm to 10 pm.

Mose Chal Kiye Jaye is a story of Soumya and Armaan Oberoi

The show is about Soumya, who is a struggling television writer, who wants to make a good career and grow. On the other hand, Armaan Oberoi is a successful television producer who proposes to Soumya and marries her.

While Soumya is very much keen to pursue her career even after marriage, Armaan wants Soumya to take care of the household and kids post marriage. He does promise Soumya that she will be able to continue her career as a writer even after their marriage but has different plans.

Armaan Oberoi is an egoist and manipulative person and the serial is all about the struggle of Soumya against Armaan’s deceitful plans post marriage.

Jagannath aur Purvi Ki Dosti Anokhi

It is about an unusual type of friendship that a young girl and elderly man share. The role of Jagannath is played by veteran television actor Rajendra Gupta while a newcomer Ismeet Kohli will play the vivacious character of Purvi.

Sushmita Mukherjee plays the role of the wife of Jagannath in this serial. Talking about her character Purvi, Ismeet said that Purvi is a free-spirited young girl who likes to wear her heart on her sleeves.

The promos of both the serials are out and have created interest among the telly audience. Both these shows will start airing on Sony Television from 7th February 2022 onwards.

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