Chandan Ka Palna Resham Ki Dori

Chandan Ka Palna Resham Ki Dori is a television serial that appeared on Zee TV channel in 2001. The series aired every Monday to Friday at 9pm IST. The show was inspired from the Hindi movie Chori Chori Chupke Chupke, and deals with the somewhat taboo subject of a childless couple and a surrogate mother.[2]

Chandan Ka Palna Resham Ki Dori
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A promotional logo image of "Chandan Ka Palna Resham Ki Dori".
Created bySankraman Telefilms
Starringsee below
Theme music composerRajesh Johri
Opening theme"Chandan Ka Palna Resham Ki Dori" by ??
Country of originIndia
Original languageHindi
No. of episodesTotal 98
Production
ProducerSanjay M. Bhatia
Running timeapprox. 23 minutes
Release
Original networkZee TV
Original release26 March (2001-03-26)[1] –
8 August 2001 (2001-08-08)

SynopsisEdit

The story revolves around the Bhimani family, where the head of household, Mr. Bhimani pressures his son to produce a 'male heir' for their business empire. But he is unaware of the situation that his son and daughter-in-law are unable to have a child due to medical issues. However, to fulfill the desire of their father, the hapless couple get into an arrangement with another woman to be a surrogate mother for their male child. But just when everything seems to be going smoothly between the husband, the wife and the would-be mother of the child, complications arrive and a drama starts enfolding that threatens to blow in the face of the once happy family. Now the questions remain that will the ‘other’ woman give away the male heir and quietly walk out of the Bhimani family?[3]

CastEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Zee TV, Sony rejig program in bid to win back viewers they lost to rival Star TV". India Today.
  2. ^ Namita Bhandare. "Zee TV and Sony are rejigging their programming in a bid to win back the viewers they lost to their rival. But Star TV has also got some new tricks up its sleeve". India Today. Archived from the original on 26 November 2010. Retrieved 23 March 2011.
  3. ^ Mukesh Khosla (29 April 2001). "Engaging, though fanciful, serial". Tribune India. Retrieved 23 March 2011.