Pakistan’s famous show ‘Zindagi Gulzar Hai’ featuring a heart-touching love story of two characters — Zaroon and Kashaf — is again available for the entertainment of the Indian audience.
The show that made Pakistani actor Fawad Khan and actress Sanam Saeed famous in India is being aired on Zee TV from Saturday (Today). In India, the show was first aired on the Zindagi channel (now defunct) in 2013. Now, Zee TV has decided to telecast the show on popular demand of the audience.
The show will be telecasted every Saturday on Zee TV from 12 noon to 2 pm.
Zee TV took to Twitter and announced the re-run of the Pakistani show.
Lekar apna dil jeetne waala andaaz, aa raha hai aapse milne Zaroon #OnDemand. Drop a ❣️, aur bataaiye kitne excited hain aap? Dekhiye #ZindagiGulzarHai, starts 5th June, Sat, 12PM – 2PM, sirf #ZeeTV par. #FawadKhan #SanamSaeed pic.twitter.com/VbNcQVPedH— ZeeTV (@ZeeTV) June 3, 2021
Zee TV also shared a promo of the show.
🥰 Kashaf ki isi saadgi se bhari kahaani ko, aapke liye lekar aa rahe hain hum #OnDemand. Double tap on the video, aur dikhaaiye apni excitement. Dekhiye #ZindagiGulzarHai, starts 5th June, Sat, 12PM – 2PM, sirf #ZeeTV par. #FawadKhan #SanamSaeed pic.twitter.com/AqAQiIbY9B— ZeeTV (@ZeeTV) June 2, 2021
Originally, the show was aired on Pakistani channel Hum TV between November 2012 and May 2013. The show is written by Umera Ahmed and directed by Sultana Siddiqui. Zindagi Gulzar Hai show is based on a book written by Ahmed by the same name.
Fawad Khan and Sanam Saeed have performed brilliantly in the show ‘Zindagi Gulzar Hai’. Their chemistry is worth watching. In the show, Fawad has played the role of Zaroon Junaid, while Sanam has played the role of Kashaf Murtaza.
The show revolves around Zaroon Junaid and Kashaf Murtaza, who are poles apart but they fall in love. Zaroon hails from an affluent family. He yearns for his mother’s love, who hardly had time for the family. Kashaf along with her two sisters is raised by her single mother as her father abandoned them.
Zindagi (Now an off-air channel) in 2013 had telecasted multiple Pakistani shows including Zindagi Gulzar Hai but it had to stop airing them in the aftermath of the terror attack on an army base in Uri in 2016, which prompted India to launch a surgical strike on terror launchpads in Pakistan.
Though there is no official ban, Pakistani artistes have been barred from working in Indian films and music after the Uri attacks.