Sony Entertainment Television Asia has confirmed that it is axing ‘Hongey Juda Na Hum’, to make way for its new fiction ‘ChhanChhan’ next week.
Produced by Optimystix, ‘Chhanchhan’ is the story of a girl named Chhanchhan (played by Sanaya Irani) who is by profession a dog trainer. She is an independent young woman, modern in her thought who stands up for what is right and raises her voice against all that is wrong.
Set in Ahmedabad, the show explores how the lead character Chhanchhan applies her intelligence, plays her cards well and sets a dysfunctional family that she marries into, back on track.
SET chief creative director Vivek Bahl said, “Chhanchhan is a powerful story of self-reliance, determination and family values told in a simplistic, real and light-hearted manner. The show captures every emotion of a young very fun loving who has been brought up with modern and ethnic values and she loves to practice them in her day to day life in her own way.”
Optimystix producer Vipul Shah said, “We have had a long and fruitful relationship with SET, working on some landmark shows together. Chhanchhan is a young feisty woman of substance, who is modern in her outlook towards life yet deeply connected and rooted to her core values. She is very much the Indian woman of today and we hope that our viewers will love every bit of her character and welcome her into their homes.”
The cast of the ‘ChhanChhan’ includes Sanaya Irani, Supriya Pathak, Anang Desai, Arvind Vaidya, Shraman Jain and Arshima Thapar.
‘Hongey Juda Na Hum’ ends on Thursday 21st March after a short six months on-air. ‘ChhanChhan’ takes the Monday to Thursday 21:00 slot from 25th March.