Bani Ishq Da Kalma TV review – a heavy duty drama on its debut run!
Gurbani, the dutiful and ever so loving daughter of an elder brother wants the goodwill of the entire family and hopes to stop the war between her father and uncle by getting married to a NRI
The camera pans in and out, giving the show a Yash Raj Films kind of feel, where mustard fields ripple golden yellow, the dialect is asli Punjabi, and the vistas are sweeping. Click here to read more
Gurbani: All you need to know about the show!
A young Punjabi girl from a middle class family has her future planned for her – she will be married off to a NRI. It may be a ‘complete family drama’, but does it say anything new? We doubt it…
So here comes yet another story of a small town girl being married off to her prospective, pompous, rich, NRI husband, but she never really attains the marital bliss she dreams of Click here to read more
Gurbani title changed to Bani – Ishq da Kalma
Colors decided to tweak the title of their new show Gurbani keeping in mind the sentiments of the Shiromani Gurudwara Parbandhak Committee and the Jathedar Akal Takhat Sahib
The title of new show Gurbani has been replaced with Bani – Ishq da Kalma, said an official statement from channel Colors on Monday. The decision comes after various Sikh organisations reportedly expressed concern over it. “With utmost respect and humility, we request the complainants to view Gurbani as merely a name and in context of a fiction show that endeavours to bring a social issue to the fore. However, to respect the sentiments of the people, we have decided to change the name of the show Click here to read more
Colors’ new show Gurbani lands in trouble with the Sikh community
The All India Sikh Student Federation has objected to the name of this serial that’s slated to go on air on March 18
Gurbani, the new show on Colors, revolves around the lives of young girls from Punjab who are married to NRIs Click here to read more