The flagship show of Colors TV broke new ground when it ventured into the subject of child marriage. The young jodi of Anandi and Jagya captivated a million hearts and brought about a change in their outlook towards this social evil. It has completed a 1000 episodes and is still running strong
Simar, an ambitious girl with dreams of becoming a dancer gets married into a rich household, with her younger sister Roli too, marrying into the same home. This show glances into the various relationships that make a home, with a dash of humour when needed.
The most unique aspect of this show is that it has a male protagonist, and a failed one at that. Parichay, which tracks the journey of a failed lawyer, Kunal Chopra, as he struggles for success and happiness. The joys and challenges of a middle class family is a reflection of the lives of masses.
A widowed mother of two kids, and a carefree crime reporter. Poles apart but gravitating towards each other. This fresh love story has grabbed the attention of viewers and has kept them glued to the developments in this unusual story.
While friendship and class divides have been dealt with in movies like Deewar, Uttaran became the first show to show how class differences drive a wedge between relationships. The friendship of Ichha and Tapasya became the archetype of frenemies on Indian television. And their story continues with the next generation.
The only suspense thriller on television, this show scores because of its young cast and new twists and turns in almost every episode. Chhal was endorsed by the experts of suspense, Abbas-Mustan, and true to their promise, they have delivered a thriller that keeps the audience coming back for more.
This show talked about the true story of female infanticide in the interiors of India and brought the issue to the forefront. It established Ammaji as one of the most formidable antagonists on TV. Laado has gone through many changes, and so has Ammaji, but it continues to address issues that other shows don't dare to deal with.
The saas-bahu struggle is timeless. But when a tyrannical but sweet talking saas like Imarti Devi gets a smart bahu like Ambi, sparks are sure to fly. The sweet and sour chemistry between the saas and bahu is one to watch out for.
Colors TV ups the ante with its new show, Madhubala. A show which travels the forays into the glitzy streets of films, brings an unseen world into the homes of the audience. But on the other hand, it also delves into the dark world of the interiors of India and its norms.