Sethji serial

Zee TV’s Sethji kick-started on April 17, 2017. But just in four months of the show’s debut on Television, it is said that the show is said to go off air, the reason being low TRPS. The show is an intriguing story of a unique Ram-Rajya village – Devsu, that runs on its own set of rules and principles. one hand while India is seen moving swiftly towards being a modern and digitalized nation, Devsu that is devoid of even basic signs of urban development like concrete roads, cars, electricity, comfort utilities, ATMs or mobile networks and yet is a happy, self-sufficient world. Devsu is looked after by a feisty, 38-year-old leader, Sethji played by Gurdeep Kohli whose command is the final word in Devsu.
Meanwhile, Pragati, a fearless modern girl and a firm advocate of technology from across the border. She enters Devsu on her own personal mission unaware that people from outside are not allowed in the village. She ends up falling in love with Sethjis son Baaji. Produced by Offshore Productions, the show will see the return of the talented Gurdeep Kohli on Indian television in the title role of Sethji. Debutant Avinash Kumar will play the young, emotional and innocent Bajirao, the son of Sethji while Pragati is played by the Rumman Ahmed. While talking about it, Deepak Rajadhyaksha, Deputy Business Head ZEE TV shares, ‘Zee TV has been at the helm of content innovation in the Indian television space.Over the years, the channel has often provoked audiences into thinking differently, questioning prevalent mindsets with its unique fiction concepts and differentiated subjects. ZEE’s brand identity and positioning – Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam – The world is my family – holds its relevance with the growing need to appreciate each other’s ways, beliefs and culture. With Sethji, we present yet another compelling narrative that highlights the sheer diversity of our country. While a digitalized India forges towards growth and development with the most modern technological advancements, there is a Bharat that is still happily flourishing amidst us – one untouched by technology, yet self-sufficient and content in its own space. It is a love story of people from two diametrically opposite backgrounds. It raises questions about an ideal India that could come about if we borrowed the best of both worlds. The show replaced Kaala Teeka on Zee TV.


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