• Zee Entertainment

    • Oct 04, 2016
    • 12:30 PM

    Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd's alternative Hindi GEC Zindagi, as announced earlier, is going in for a refresh. And in its new avatar Zindagi is rolling out a programming line up consisting of South Korean, Latin American, Spanish Italian, Turkish and home grown Indian shows from 3 October. For the first time, it will be available with a dual audio feed - in English and Hindi.In another innovation, the channel will be streamed live on Periscope, along with the live television feed.The channel has garbaged the Pakistani shows for which it has been known. The new programs include a light-hearted Turkish drama, 'Little Lord' at 7.30 pm, which is an endearing tale of a parent-child relationship seen through the lens of a six year old, Mehmet. And, the Turkish blockbuster Fatmagul is the story of an innocent girl whose fairytale life is turned into a nightmare when she is raped and is forced to marry the accused will continue to entertain viewers at 9.00 PM.Three Indian originals that push societal thinking are being introduced. These include a rip-roaring comedy by SunjoyWadhwa's Sphere Origins' titled 'TV KeUssPaar' at 8.30 pm that is a tongue-in-cheek sitcom on the world of daily soaps and a reality check on how todays society is obsessed with television. The three endearing romances from India includes AnupamKhers first fiction production on TV called 'Khwaabon Ki Zamin Par that will air at 10.00 pm and produced by his company, An Actor Prepares.