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together The Bachchans. Bollywood’s power families

Catch a new line-up of seven weekly shows, airing all seven days at 7 pm on Channel V. This fresh lineup of shows has been especially created to cater to what the youth of today wants to see. The new programming mix will have shows based on Bollywood, relationships, campuses updates & much more.

[v] R Family airs on Wednesdays at 7pm. The show narrates the true tales of Bollywood’s biggest families. Get to know the truth, the lies and everything about the most legendary families of Bollywood.


A world upside down

Prison Break Season 4 airs every Monday to Thursday at 10 pm on Star World.  After engineering a daring escape from the hellish Panamanian prison Sona in the previous seasons, brothers Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller) and Lincoln Burrows (Dominic Purcell) are determined to seek justice against The Company, the shadowy group responsible for destroying their lives and killing the woman Michael loves, Dr Sara Tancerdi (Sarah Wayne Callies).

Michael’s quest for vengeance leads him to Los Angeles, where his world is turned upside down when Company operative Gretchen/Susan B Anthony (Jodi Lyn O’Keefe) informs him that Sara is still alive. Realising the only way they will truly be free, Michael and Lincoln avow to find Sara and take down The Company by stealing the organisation’s black book. Unfortunately for the brothers, they must also evade The Company assassin WYATT (Cress Williams) and find an on-the-loose T-BAG (Robert Knepper), who unknowingly possesses a vital clue to help them.

Turning stuntwoman

Actress Meghna Malik, who plays the powerful and intimidating Ammaji in Na Aana Iss Des Laado, pulled off a brave stunt by participating in a horse race without a body double. “I love riding. I used to ride as a child so I know how to handle a horse. So when this particular scene was being discussed, I knew there was no way I was going to opt for a body double,” Meghna said in a press release.

In the show, her character required to prove her superiority over men in the scene and Meghna just took some preliminary training before the shoot. “I guess I am like Ammaji in more ways than I can imagine. At least, I possess her self confidence and her belief that she is at par at men and even better than them at some things and just like her, I can’t back down,” she said.
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