Bandhan (Indian TV series)

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Bandhan
Bandhan logo.jpg
Title card of the show
Also known as Ek Se Bhale Do (Zee Anmol)
Genre Indian soap opera
Drama
Created by Swastik Productions
Story by Ved Raj
Sudhir Kumar
Directed by Mukesh Singh
Rakesh Dubey
Starring Chhavi Pandey
Mrunal Jain
Priyanka Purohit
Sudesh Berry
Country of origin India
Original language(s) Hindi
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 161
Production
Producer(s) Siddharth Kumar Tewary
Rahul Tewary
Gayatri Gill Tewary
Camera setup Multi camera
Running time 21 mins
Production company(s) Swastik Productions
Release
Original network Zee TV
Picture format 576i SDTV
1080i HDTV
Original release 16 September 2014 (2014-09-16) – 17 April 2015 (2015-04-17)
Official Website www.zeetv.com/shows/bandhan

Bandhan (– Saari Umar Humein Sang Rehna Hai) (also known as Bandhan - Ali Malli Mamai in Sri Lanka)[1] is an Indian television drama show, which premiered on 16 September 2014 and which airs on Zee TV.[2] B Bandhan is the story lod a little girl Darpan and her brother Ganesh. On January 27, the show took a 10 year leap. Darpan marries a misguided man, Raghav, and must defeat the person who destroyed her family, Vishess Rao Patel. Can she do this? Bandhan tells the story of a bond between human and animal.

Abuse of elephant[edit]

The makers of the show have been facing opposition from Animal Welfare Board of India (AWBI) and animal rights organization, PETA India for abusing baby elephant, Suman, who is a central character in the show. According to media reports, AWBI and PETA conducted an inspection and found out that elephant, Suman, was treated poorly on the sets. Suman had developed skin infection and exhibited abnormal behaviour. Handlers also reportedly threatened her with sticks in front of the inspectors and she was not provided with adequate access to drinking water, appropriate housing or necessary veterinary care. Suman, the baby elephant, is three years old and separating her from her mother has been called 'unethical' by PETA.[3]

According to a news published in Times of India, AWBI has canceled the permission to use the animal after which makers of the show went to Bombay High Court. The case is under sub-judice.[3]

PETA India has urged High Court to rehabilitate Suman to a sanctuary.[4]

Main cast[edit]

Supporting cast

International broadcast[edit]

In Pakistan, it airs on A-Plus Entertainment. The show also airs on MBC Digital 4 in Mauritius.

In Sri Lanka, it airs on Derana TV, dubbed into Sinhala and titled as Ali Maliy Mamai.

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