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ZEEL offers 4 Indian shows for global distribution at Mipcom

MUMBAI: Zee Entertainment
Enterprises Limited (ZEEL) has
announced that it is offering four of
its top-performing Indian drama
shows for global distribution at
Three of these shows belong to the
Zee TV stable, namely ‘Ek Tha Raja Ek
Thi Rani’, ‘Sarojini’ and ‘Yeh Vaada
Raha’, while one is an &TV show
titled ‘Agent Raghav: Crime Branch’.
All of these shows were launched in
ZEEL global head of syndication Sunita
Uchil said, “Zee TV is known worldwide
for producing the very best Indian
television dramas and we are pleased
to offer our first-run, top-rated
new dramas to broadcasters at
Mipcom. In addition to these excellent
dramas, we come to market with our
vast catalogue of over 210,000 hours
of television content, ZLiving
wellness programming (produced in
America) and a whole lot more.”
‘Agent Raghav: Crime Branch’ is a
fictional crime television series that
premiered in India on 5 September on
Zee’s other flagship GEC &TV, airing
on Saturday and Sunday nights. It
stars Sharad Kelkar in the lead role.
The agent faces personal challenges,
all in the name of duty, to find and
catch the criminals, led by small
‘Ek Tha Raja, Ek Thi Rani’ is the true
story of the royal family of
Ameerkot. In order to cope with the
loss of the family fortune, the royal
family arranges the marriage of their
son with the daughter of the state’s
biggest moneylender. The marriage
causes a scandal, and sets off a chain
of dramatic events within the family
and the royal servants. It stars
Siddhant Karnick, Drashti Dhami, Anita
Raj, Surekha Sikri, Darshan Zariwala,
Kartik, Vikas Tripathi and Moon
‘Sarojini’ follows the journey of
Sarojini, a strong minded girl who is
married into a family with a
regressive patriarchal set-up.
Refusing to bow down to the
patriarch’s controlling ways, Sarojini
strives for a balance of power and
influence in the household. Shiny
Doshi plays Sarojini while Mohit
Shegal plays the powerful Somender.
In ‘Yeh Wada Raha’, widowed Shrikant
(Pankaj Vishnu) and daughter Survi
live in a Mumbai tenement controlled
by local don Bhau (Ajay Paul Singh).
One day the police force Shrikant to
betray Bhau in order to protect Survi.
Bhau gets killed during the police
confrontation while his son Aniket is
injured for life from a bullet wound,
causing turmoil for all involved.

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