Sony TV launches Ishaaron Ishaaron mein


Sony Tv’s latest offering Mudit Nayar starer “Ishaaron Ishaaron Mein” is all set to hit the TV screens tonight. The daily will be a story about Yogi, the journey of a deaf and dumb boy. But his inabilities can never make him a person of sympathy in front of anybody. His family also brought him up with equal status among others. It will also showcase his life journey and struggles through different situations in life to get what he wants to achieve in life. The daily stars Mudit Nayar in the central role of Yogi. After getting featured last in Colors TV’s Devanshi as the main lead Vardaan Mudit is finally back in Indian television with this show. Actress Simran Praneeja will be also seen as the female protagonist.

The main attraction of this show is going to be the sign languages that will be used to depict the emotions instead of flowery dialogues. The actor Mudit told a leading daily in an interview that maintaining a balance between being technically correct and also being audible to normal people about his emotions and words is the biggest challenge he is going to face.

Another attraction of this show is going to be the projection of the character Yogi, as per the writers and actors, Yogi will be projected as a normal human being like other characters. They are not interested in following the prejudiced path of showcasing people with special ability as an element of gaining sympathy. The show is no doubt one of the fresh concepts in Indian Television and people will get to remember Anurag Basu directed and Ranbir Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra starrer “Barfi” through this show. Yogi the character will be seen doing pranks, pulling jokes and leading a normal life among society. The show has a fusion of veteran and new actors in the casting category.

Moreover, the couple of Mudit and Simran is also one of the fresh pairings of Indian television. All in all the show is surely going to be some freshness to the table. So don’t forget to watch the show from 15th July, 8 pm Mon-Fri only on Sony TV. Don’t forget to share your feedback about the show with us.

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