(Sony Max, Saturday, 9 p.m.)
This is a story of love, passion and rivalry between two opposing families. Parma (Arjun Kapoor) is a village enforcer, while the temperamental Zoya (Parineeti Chopra) is the only girl child in the family and hence pampered by every member. In the middle of a family feud, Parma and Zoya find love and fight for it even as they oppose their own families. This love story ends with an unconventional climax.
Pati Patni Aur Woh
(STAR Gold, Sunday, 5.45 p.m.)
Ranjeet (Sanjeev Kumar) is happily married to Sharda (Vidya Sinha) and they have a young son. But Ranjeet is tempted to have an affair with his beautiful secretary, Nirmala (Ranjeeta). So, he tells Nirmala that he is unhappy with his marriage and is forced to stay with his wife as she is an invalid. Nirmala falls for his tall tales and has an affair with him.
Dil Tera Aashiq
(STAR Gold, Wednesday, 5.25 p.m.)
Thakur Ranvir Singh Choudhary (Anupam Kher) is a wealthy man who breaks his relation with his sister Radha when she marries a man below their status. After the death of Radha, he learns that her three young children Vijay, Bittu and Gudiya are orphans. He decides to take them in and look after them. He appoints a governess Savitri Devi (Madhuri Dixit) to look after Bittu and Gudiya. Vijay, the eldest, falls for a young dance teacher Soniya (Madhuri Dixit again). Meanwhile, Choudhary finds himself falling in love with Savitri Devi. Watch this comedy to find out who Savitri Devi and Soniya are.
(Zee Classic, Friday, 7.30 p.m.)
Kunal (Sanjay Dutt) lives with his grandfather Shamsher Singh (Dilip Kumar). Abu Baba (Sanjeev Kumar) and Gurbaksh Singh (Shammi Kapoor) are faithful employees who have been with them for years. Kunal falls in love with Durga (Padmini Kolhapure), a poor girl. When Abu Baba is suddenly killed, Kunal is shocked. He sets out to investigate, only to some truths about his grandfather…
Classic Legends: Meena Kumari
(Zee Classic, Sunday, 7.30 p.m.)
Meena Kumari is one of the most beautiful and talented actresses to grace the silver screen. Born Mahjabeen Bano, she was synonymous with brooding and tragic roles in a career spanning 30 years. Among her best-known roles is the one of Chhoti Bahu in ‘Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam’ (1962), a role which reflected Kumari’s real life story. Her life and career were marred by heavy drinking, troubled relationships, an ensuing deteriorating health, and her death from liver cirrhosis in 1972. Javed Akhtar talks about the original ‘Tragedy Queen” in this episode.