Sony SAB is set to launch a new fiction show titled ‘Dil Diyan Gallaan’.
The show highlights the predicament of many families in India who are distanced from their loved ones due to migration, misunderstandings and unspoken words. The show premieres on December 12 at 7:30 pm
With this show, the channel is taking a new turn and moving away from being a comedy channel to becoming a channel known for bringing relatable content with its pulse on the feelings of Indian families and stories which resonate with viewers.
‘Dil Diyan Gallaan’ is the story of three generations with their roots in Punjab and the show features actor Pankaj Berry along with an ensemble cast including Kaveri Priyam, Jasjeet Babbar, Sandeep Baswana, Ravi Gossain and Hema Sood among others.
The new show showcases a Punjabi family grappling with the consequences of migration and a lot of unspoken feelings among the family members. The channel hopes to capture a new way of looking at estrangement and misunderstanding, giving people a different perspective and hope.
The story of a family from Hoshiarpur, ‘Dil Diyan Gallaan’ will explore the journey of a family where the first two generations refuse to forgive and forget but are forced to face their past and hopefully heal when the third-generation steps in.
With this show Sony SAB looks forward to connecting with the audience through more relatable stories about common people's lives.
Neeraj Vyas, Business Head, Sony SAB, said, "We are strongly focused on continuously evolving as a brand and bringing new shows with unique perspectives to entertain and engage our audience. As we enter this new phase, we want to connect with the viewers through stories that matter to them and are a reflection of their own life, their problems and their hopes. Dil Diyan Gallaan is a very special show for us as it embodies our new proposition and deals with a subject that many Indian families grapple with, which is distances caused by migration and misunderstanding. Sony SAB will give its own unique, hopeful take to a heart-wrenching subject.”