Rishtey (TV channel)

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Launched September 3, 2012; 2 years ago (2012-09-03)
Network Viacom 18
Picture format 4:3, 576i (SDTV)
Country United Kingdom
Headquarters London, England
Replaced Imagine Dil Se
Sister channel(s)
Website rishteytv.com
Airtel digital TV
Channel 112 (SD)
Tata Sky
Channel 129 (SD)
Dish TV
Channel 1000 (SD)
Videocon d2h
Channel 118 (SD)
Reliance Digital TV (India) Channel 216 (SD)
Channel 661 (SD)
(UK & Ireland)
Channel 822 (SD)
AsiaSat 3S
Middle East and Australia)
11344 V 27500 2/3
(Mumbai, India)
Channel 24 (SD)
DEN Networks Channel 110
Rogers Cable
Channel 924
Virgin TV
Channel 827 (SD)
DISH World (USA) Channel 699

Rishtey is a free-to-air Hindi TV channel. It is broadcast in the Mumbai, through Sky and Virgin Media. The channel broadcasts re-runs of programming shown on sister channel Colors such as Jai Shri Krishna, Bairi Piya and Jeevan Saathi. Now It is broadcast in the India on DD Free Dish since Dec-2013.

Rishtey is now available in India on Airtel digital TV on channel no 112.

In February 2013 Rishtey had the rights to air some programmes of Pakistani channels, such as Humsafar,[1] Maat, Meray Qatil Meray Dildar, Mera Naseeb, Aasmanon Pay Likha, Numm, Adhoori Aurat and Ranjish Hi Sahi.

In March 2013 Rishtey had the rights to air some programmes of Colors channels, such as Bani – Ishq Da Kalma and Meri Aashiqui Tum Se Hi.

In August 2014 Rishtey had the rights to air some programmes of Nickelodeon India channels, such as Motu Patlu, Pakdam Pakdai, The Adventures of Tenali Raman and Jil Jil Genie.

In March 2015 Rishtey had the rights to air some programmes of MTV channels, such as MTV Warrior High.

Rishtey was added to Virgin Media on 13 December 2012 on channel 827.

Rishtey is now available on Tata Sky on channel 129.

Rishtey has plans to launch on Youview along with the sister channel Colors TV.





  1. ^ Raj Baddhan (25 February 2013). "Hum TV drama ‘Humsafar’ to air on Rishtey". biz Asia. Media 247. Retrieved 5 June 2013. 

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