Striking in the moonlight

Watch Pyaar Kii Ye Ek Kahaani on Star One every Monday to Saturday at 8.30 pm. The mysterious story of Piya and Abhay takes a dark turn on a full moon night when Sid asks Piya to accompany him to the dense jungle. Pretending that he wants to propose to Panchi, he claims he needs Piya’s help to do so. Devious Sid sets up a candle light dinner but his real plan is to bite Piya by luring her there.

If he bites her thrice on three full moon nights, she will enter Sid’s evil realm and become a vampire.

Abhay realises what Sid is up to and rushes to the site. He gets there just in time to prevent Sid from initiating his wicked plan but he has to fight Sid to protect Piya.

The brothers have a scrap but Sid manages to reach Piya and is about to bite her when Abhay shoves him aside and ends up biting Piya himself. Will Abhay be able to protect his love and go against his own brother? Will Abhay lose his love all over again? Will Pia and Abhay ever be together? Tune into find out.

Breaking the record 

Colors presents ‘Guinness World Records – Ab India Todega’ on April 1 at 9 pm.
It is an action-packed evening with Bollywood sweetheart Preity Zinta, who makes TV viewing more exciting.

The contestants try to break their own records along with an international face-off. Also watch Preity bond with the Guinness adjudicator, as they playfully tease each other.
The show airs every Friday and Saturday at 9 pm.

An ode to love

Magnificent: A clip from the show.Ancient Megastructures - Secrets of the Taj Mahal’ airs on National Geographic Channel on April 1 at 9 pm. The Taj Mahal is a symbol and pride of India. It is an architectural jewel and a monument to a grand passion. It was built in the 17th century by the great mogul Shah Jahan in honour of Mumtaz Mahal, the love of his life. Before she died, legend says, Mumtaz Mahal made a wish for a mausoleum, more sublime than any the world had seen.

Built on the banks of River Yamuna in Agra, it is said to have required over 20,000 workers including the best craftsmen of the Mughal Empire. Millions of bricks were baked on site only to disappear forever under flawless white marble. The monument is a heavenly memorial to the Queen of the World, or as a poet described it — ‘A teardrop on the cheek of time’. It is a love poem set in stone and the most perfect building in the world.

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