On STAR Plus Wednesday at 10:30 pm
Take a happy family, add a couple of bahus, a gullible sister-in-law, a mother-in-law who feels threatened by one of her bahus and is manipulated by the other - and what you have is Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii, a story that could be as true to your life as to anyone else's.
Parvati is the older daughter-in-law of the Agrawal household and is married to Om. She is the ideal daughter-in-law - one who keeps everyone happy and strives to maintain harmony in the house.
On SONY Ent TV (SET)
Wednesday at 11:00 pm
"Rihhaee" means "to be set free". This is a weekly half-hour series, inspired by true-life cases of crimes against women. Every story is spread over two episodes. Set in an urban environment , the show deals with different forms of atrocities meted out to women, from various parts of the country. It delves into issues like alcoholism abuse, infertility, adoption, old age problems, widowhood, rape, female infanticide, domestic violence, dowry etc. Crimes are investigated by a quasi-judicial organisation - NCCW (National Commission for Crimes Against Women) The commission is headed by a retired Chief Justice of the Supreme court and has in its fold a few other key members including our lead protagonists Madhavi Rajput and Anupam Sinha.
On HBO Movies (India) Wednesday at 9:30 pm
CAST - Aaron Eckhart, Hillary Swank, Delroy Lindo, Stanley Tucci
It takes remarkable restraint for a disaster film to not go overboard. Thankfully, this drama delivers the goods with some class. The electro magnetic field that controls the equilibrium of the planet is deteriorating, which means that "in three months we're back in the stone ages. A team is assembled, Armageddon style, to determine what has thrown the world into such a frenzy. Dr. John Keyes (Eckhart, The Missing, Paycheck) makes the startling discovery that the Earth's inner core has stopped rotating, leading to the deterioration of electromagnetic forces.
On STAR Movies International Wednesday at 7:00 pm
Starring Katherine Heigl, Kerr Smith and J. August Richards Two politically concerned students (Heigl and Smith) build a nuclear device to illustrate the need for a change in national priorities. But when they're betrayed by a fellow student and the bomb ends up in the hands of a terrorist, they have to work with the government in a race against time to prevent the destruction of the San Francisco Bay area.