Zee Alwan expands dubbed Arabic content

Karol Bagh St is latest indian drama to get Arabic rerub.
Zee Alwan expands dubbed Arabic content
Published: 5 December 2012 - 1:26 p.m.
By: Chris Newbould

Alwan, the new entertainment channel aimed at Arab family audiences by offering an array of Arabic serials and hugely popular Indian TV serials dubbed in Arabic, is drawing on traditional family values with its newest Indian series Karol Bagh St. Zee Alwan is telecasting the Arabic debut of the popular serial in 83 episodes.

Set in one of New Delhi’s most vibrant neighbourhoods, Karol Bagh St shines the light on a middle-class family and its struggle in society. The series places emphasis on the struggles to survive, find love, keep relationships strong and, above all, to learn to live with sacrifice.

Depicting the story of the Sethi family, Karol Bagh St follows the protagonists Rajinder and Manju Sethi, and their four children, Simran, Anuj, Neetu and Mili. When Rajinder becomes a victim of the ‘Sealing Act’ in Delhi, he is forced to shut down his small business, and from then on his wife and children must support him unconditionally through the tough times.

Although the children share a strong rapport with their parents, they also embody today’s modern generation, seeking freedom in the decisions they make. Karol Bagh St also defines the Indian traditions of parents selecting the significant partners for their children.

The show promises a season of heart-warming laughs and moments of reflection, bringing the aspirations of the modern Indian generation to the forefront.

The show is being aired at 8pm KSA time on Zee Alwan, which is available through frequency 12417 on Nilesat and 12111 Arabsat.


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