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Ekta Kapoor to bring back the show ‘Yeh Dil Mannge More’ on Independence Day

Ekta Kapoor, Telly producer and director, redefined the Indian entertainment landscape on television with her exceptional shows over the past years. She is all set to bring to audiences, one of the most popular TV shows ‘Yeh Dil Mannge More’ a show on patriotism theme. The high-octane drama meets romance show is all set to broadcast on Doordarshan this Independence Day.

As India celebrates its 75th year of Independence, the show promises to touch a chord with every Indian and inspire them. The Balaji Telefilms show pays tribute to our brave warriors protecting borders and their families that make personal sacrifices all through their lives.

Always known to bring riveting and versatile content that resonates with masses across the country, Ekta Kapoor takes us through another emotionally charged & layered piece of storytelling with ‘Yeh Dil Mannge More’ starring Akshay Mhatre and Twinkle Patel.

They play a war-hardened special Major and an army doctor respectively, who eventually fall in love with each other but the secrets of their past come to haunt them.

Talking about this unique concept Ekta Kapoor quips, “Our independence has come through great struggle and our brave soldiers and their families continue to make sacrifices. Unlike the conventional shows made on our national heroes, Yeh Dil Mannge More gets into deeper dynamics and will not just appeal to family audiences but with the youth as well since there are so many conflicting ideologies. And airing on Doordarshan means we will reach to even the most remote interiors, with this story.”

Balaji Telefilms’ Yeh Dil Mannge More will telecast on Doordarshan Monday to Friday, 8 to 8.30 pm, 15th August onwards.

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