Mumbai, June 19 (IANS) “Shaitaan – A criminal mind” has shown some real life instances of female criminals and spot fixing. The show is now coming up with a special episode on the vicious circle of superstitions.
The episode will portray the story of a superstitious man, who blindly follows a Swamiji. Advised by him, the man forces a girl to marry him, who is almost of his daughter’s age.
Nikhil Alva, CEO Miditech, said: “Every weekend we try to bring forward the kind of crime cropping in our country and what people are facing or are the victim of. This week we are showcasing another frightening episode on superstitious belief.”
“One very important reason, why individuals become victim to superstition is the fear of failure or the anxiety about the outcome,” Alva added.
Hosted by TV actor Sharad Khelkar, the episode will air June 22 on Colors.
‘Adaalat’ ropes in assistants for KD
Lawyer KD Pathak, played by actor Ronit Roy, will get two new assistants to help him in the investigations on “Adalat”.
Small screen actors Prerna Vanwari and Srman Jain will be seen assisting KD on the show.
“We have got two new assistants in the show. The investigations will now be more interesting,” Ronit told IANS.
The weekend show airs on Sony.
‘Connected…’ will bring fans closer to me: Malishka Mendonca
RJ Malishka Mendonca, who is one of the participants on “Connected Hum Tum”, said the show will bring her fans more close to her as they will get to know more about her.
“I have been a radio jockey for eight years and have developed a tremendous following. My fans want to know a lot more about the real me. This show will do that and bring them even closer to me,” said Malishka.
About “Connected Hum Tum”, Malishka said: “Zee TV came to me with the show as they wanted to focus on a woman, who is a successful media person with her own share of worries and problems to overcome.
“Since it is a self-broadcasting show where the format requires us to shoot our life and share the footage with the channel, I thought they would be more focussed on my professional life with the mad buzz of jockeying and the stars that flit in and out of my life daily.
“But they wanted me to record more of my personal life and share my thoughts and feelings as candidly and intimately as possible,” she added.
Malishka decided to go ahead with the show as a gift to her fans.
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