ZEE: Indian dramas as its best
ZEE Content Sales, the licensing and syndication arm of Zee Entertainment Enterprises Limited (ZEEL) returns to MIPCOM with a large library of creative and broadcasting entertainment content and with its season titles.
The first one is Rishton Ka Manjha, a romance/family drama It offers a wide array of content in multiple languages including Hindi & English, which follows Diya, a gully badminton player who meets Arjun, a former badminton champ from an affluent family, who resents his own kin.
Also, Meet (Quirky Tomboy): Despite her efforts to provide for her family, Meet’s disregard for societal gender norms and her nonconformist job as a delivery agent makes her an unsuitable girl in the eyes of her family. The drama is a long series of 52 episodes by 30 minutes in length.
While presents a spin-off of top-rated TV series Kumkum Bhagya, Kundali Bhagya (Destined Love, 30 min), which revolves around 2 sisters Preeta and Srishti, who reunite with their estranged mother Sarla after a long time. Also, Al Forsa Al Akheera, which plot follows two individuals who have shared their lives and magical moments of first marriage with someone else earlier. But due to circumstances designed by destiny, they are now bonded into the holy institution of marriage for a second time.