&TV’s popular shows Doosri Maa, Happu Ki Ultan Paltan, and Bhabiji Ghar Par Hai are known for their entertaining storylines and characters. In the recent episodes, viewers have seen the lead characters in tricky situations, struggling to find a way out. From DNA tests to household conflicts and electricity problems, the characters are facing it all.
In Doosri Maa, the current track revolves around Krishna, played by Aayudh Bhanushali, who is taken away from his family and sent to an orphanage. His biological father, Varun, played by Micckie Dudaaney, manipulates the DNA test results to prove that Krishna is his son. However, Yashoda, played by Neha Joshi, finds out about the manipulation and tries to expose Varun’s evil intentions. Meanwhile, Dadaji, played by Sunil Dutt, is annoyed with Malti, played by Anita Pradhan, for getting emotional about Krishna.
The Happu Ki Ultan Paltan storyline focuses on a family feud between Katori Amma, played by Himani Shivpuri, and Rajesh, played by Kamna Pathak. After an altercation between them, Katori Amma divides the house into two, and the family members are forced to choose sides. Happu, played by Yogesh Tripathi, is torn between supporting his mother and his wife. Beni, played by Vishwanath.
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About &TV’s Happu Ki Ultan Paltan track, Beni shares, “After an altercation with Rajesh (Kamna Pathak), Katori Amma (Himani Shivpuri) divides the house into two. While Chamchi (Zara Warsi) chooses to support Amma, Hrithik (Aryan Prajapati) and Ranbir (Somya Azad) support Rajesh. Kate (Gazal Sood) and Malaika (Sonal Panwar) decide to remain neutral. They encourage Happu (Yogesh Tripathi) to select a side. Still, at Beni’s (Vishwanath Chaterjee) recommendation, he decides to live with him”.
About &TV’s Bhabiji Ghar Par Hai track, Manmohan Tiwari shares, “People in the modern colony go to the electrical department and complain about their increasing bills. However, the officer accuses them of wasting electricity. He also pays them visits and shows them how they are wasting electricity. Meanwhile, Vibhuti’s (Aasif Sheikh’s) former professor provides some notes to generate his electricity.
Vibhuti returns to his colony and demand fund to begin his free electricity project. Everyone pitched in to help pay for it. Vibhuti works tirelessly on it, day and night. People from the colony came to check on him, but the light bulb blinked on and off. Vibhuti promises to fix the problem as soon as possible”.