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Life OK unveils mystery series ‘Laut Aao Trisha’
MUMBAI: Hindi general entertainment channel (GEC) Life OK is getting increasingly aggressive with regard to new content. After ‘Baawre’ and the ‘Big Life OK Now Awards’, the channel has unveiled the much-talked-about mystery series ‘Laut Aao Trisha’, which was earlier known as ‘Missing’.
As reported earlier by TelevisionPost.com, the Spanish telenovela ‘Missing’ recently moved from Star Plus to Life OK. “We will launch ‘Missing’ within the next two months and are presently working on developing it. As the story got conceptualised, Gaurav Bannerjee [Star Plus GM] and I felt the story was more suited to Life OK,” stated Ajit Thakur in the earlier interaction.
Marking her return to television with this series will be the ‘Maine Pyaar Kiya’ actor Bhagyashree Patwardhan. The show will hit TV screens in July, and its first look was unveiled recently through a promo on the channel.
Commenting on her role, Bhagyashree said, “It’s been a long time since I have been in the entertainment space and I am really excited to be back and working with Life OK for ‘Laut Aao Trisha’. The intrigue and the complexities of relationships that are part of my character is what attracted me to the show and made me want to be a part of it. There are layers to every relationship and it takes a trauma to reveal them. What starts as a mother’s search for her daughter who has disappeared slowly unveils the true faces of all the relationships around her.”
The actor will essay the role of Amrita Swaika, a mother, and the show traces her journey as she steps out of the house to find her daughter Trisha, who has disappeared. To the outside world, the Swaikas appear as a picture-perfect family that eats, prays and stays together, but in her search for Trisha, she comes face to face with the shattering realities of her family and relationships.
The show is produced by 24 Frames’ Nandita Mehra and Bhairavi Raichura.