The Week Ahead On TV: K-drama, Twist In The “Bhabiji” Tale, And More

New Delhi, August 20 (IANS): From getting interesting, traditional food ideas in “Roots of My Platter” to examining the mother-son chemistry of Rupali Ganguly and son Rudransh in “Ravivaar with Star Parivaar,” many new twists and turns await the audience.

Here is a list of all the interesting turns and new shows that can be seen in the coming days.

Roots of my board

For those who love to cook and enjoy delicious food but are health conscious, this show can be the best option to watch and try traditional cuisines across India in your kitchen.

Hosted by actress Shruti Seth, the cooking show features chef Manu Chandra, who will try his hand at different Indian dishes and also share how to prepare healthy and tasty food.

‘Roots of My Platter’ premieres August 21 on the Discovery Channel at 5 p.m.

Bhabiji Ghar By Hai

The popular sitcom is known for rocking the fun bones with its storyline and the chemistry between the lead actors including Shubhangi Atre, Rohitashv Gour, Vidisha Srivastava and Aasif Sheikh. In the next episode, Angoori bhabi (Shubhangi Atre) will be seen unhappy and furious with her husband Manmohan Tiwari (Rohitashv Gour) for hanging out with his friends and not paying attention to him.

He tries to convince her that his love for her is unconditional. But on the suggestion of Anita bhabi (Vidisha Srivastava), Angoori will try to find out her husband’s true feelings by behaving like different animals to see his reaction towards her.

“Bhabiji Ghar Par Hai” airs at 10:30 p.m. on &TV.

Comfort

Well, if you are a big fan of Korean dramas, then “Cheer Up” can be one of the options. Set in Seoul, South Korea, the story revolves around five high school students, who belong to two different clubs who eventually collaborate to form a team of cheerleaders. How they come together through a number of misadventures, falling in love, moments of pain and agony and more makes the plot intriguing.

Cast: Jung Eun-ji, Lee Won-keun, Chae Soo-bin, Cha Hak-yeon, Ji Soo and Chae Soo-bin.

‘Cheer Up’ premieres August 22 at 6 p.m. on Zing.

Saavi Ki Savaari

Breaking many stereotypes, the show is about a young Saavi girl, played by Samridhii Shukla, who faces all the odds and becomes Ujjain’s first female auto-rikshaw driver. It’s a tale of his struggle and chemistry with businessman Nityam, tried by Farman Haider.

Produced by Ninad Vaidya, the daily soap stars Samridhii Shukla and Farman Haider in the lead roles.

The show starts August 22 at 6:30 p.m. on Colors.

Revivaar With Star Parivaar

As part of Janmashtami celebration, Rupali Ganguly’s son Rudransh Ganguly will come on the show and talk about his mother. He reveals how his mother comes back, takes a shower, looks at her phone and sleeps. Ruplai will also share that he is more attached to his father than to his mother.

The reality show brings together families from daily soap operas, who compete through various activities, including dancing and singing, to win the title of “Best Parivaar”.

“Rativaar With Star Parivaar” airs at 8 p.m. on Star Plus.

Pyaar Ka Pehla Naam Radha Mohan

Shabir Ahluwalia and Neeharika Roy’s star show which revolves around the unconditional love and commitment between Radha (Neeharika) and Mohan (Shabir), will have a special Janmashtami episode. There will be dance performances by actors like Krishna Kaul, Manit Joura, Rohit Suchant, Aishwarya Khare, Shabir and Neeharika.

Additionally, popular TV faces such as Rithvik Dhanjani, Devoleena Bhattacharjee, Adaa Khan and Rupal Patel will also entertain viewers with their dance moves.

The special Janmashtami episode of “Pyaar Ka Pehla Naam” will air at 4:30 p.m. on Zee TV.