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Kohi Apna Sa

Media: Paperback Book, 76 pages

Publisher: Alphascript Publishing

Publication Date: Feb. 26th, 2011

Language: English

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Kohi Apna Sa is an award winning Indian television soap opera, first broadcast on Zee TV channel on October 15, 2001. The series was created by popular Indian soap opera producer Ekta Kapoor of Balaji Telefilms. Unlike most other television series, the seris also focuses family conflics with an excessive dose of morality and righteousness. The story portrays the lives of 3 best friends once they get married in the same household. The series was originally broadcast as half-hour episodes every Monday - Friday at 9:30pm IST. The series won several awards at the time it was first telecast. Currently, it is being re-run on Zee Next, new Hindi general entertainment channel of Zee Network.















































































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