1. The Mehra Family – The Celebrities Next Door
It’s International Day of Families today, a day to appreciate and show love towards your family. Nowhere is family given more importance than on Indian TV shows. Every family has multiple differences, but in the end, they always find a way to live together. Here’s a rundown of your favorite families on Zee TV with their unique quirks.
Abhishek Mehra is the Rockstar in the family and his life is under media scrutiny. However, he makes sure that his family has a more regular life outside the media attention. He takes Daadi to the temple when she needs to go. Abhi teaches his daughter, Rhea, to be humble by taking her to apologise to Prachi in her house. Watch out for a family reunion when Abhi meets Pragya on Kumkum Bhagya.
2. The Luthra Family – Family Time Is Party Time
Life is a celebration for the Luthra’s, celebrations mixed with a lot of drama. It started with a Mahashivratri party which then led to a Holi celebration. This modern family even enjoys parties for youngsters and bachelor party for their eldest son Rishabh’s marriage. With Rishabh’s wedding lined up, there is no sign or the party train stopping soon. Watch a dance clip of Karan and Preeta from the bachelor party in Kundali Bhagya.
3. The Jindal Parivaar – The Foodie Family
Akshat Jindal runs one of the biggest restaurants in Indore. The love for food is an important part of the Jindal family in Guddan Tumse Na Ho Payega. When AJ returns to full health after being attacked, Durga makes a special kheer for him. Shanti Bua wishes to taste the special Indori Thali every time she visits. When Shanti Bua challenges Guddan, the first challenge is to see who makes the best aamras.
4. Deshmukh Parivaar – The Baby In The Middle
The newborn baby usually gets all the attention. In Tujhse Hai Raabta, the baby Moksh gets all the attention, good and bad. This show also is based on living with your step family. It changes the way we look at stepmothers on Indian TV. Watch the progress of the adorable baby Moksh as the show goes forward.
5. Happu Singh’s Paltan – Hum Do Humare Nau
Happu Singh’s family from a small town with nine kids might sound unrelatable and exaggerated, but is always funny. Happu Singh and his wife try to provide for nine kids on a government employee’s salary. Happu Singh is almost always stuck between his mother and wife’s fights. All these make Happu Ki Ultan Paltan relatable, with something fun for everyone.
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