August 30, 2015

An orphan boy Yug, finds a family…but in Ghosts!!!

Life OK, India’s popular Hindi GEC, presents an engaging light-hearted and fun show for the entire family, ‘Zindagi Abhi Baki Hai Mere Ghost’. With an emotional appeal, the show will focus on the message that ‘happy family hoti nahi hai, banani padti hai’.

This unique show is the story of a young orphan boy, Yug, who finds a family of ghosts to live with. It is a humorous and lively show that emphasizes the values of love and happiness achieved in any family.


Being an orphan, Yug (Dhruv Raj Sharma) goes through many struggles, but he builds his livelihood with a small fishing business. One day he loses everything and has no place to stay. He enters a haunted house and has no choice but live there. This is where is meets the Palekar family, which is actually a family of ghosts. He decides to live with them anyway and as he gets comfortable with them, he sees that they help him fulfil his wish of finally being part of a true family, where he is able to receive unconditional love and affection like any other person of his age.

This ghostly family is made up of Suraj played by Indraneel Bhattacharya, his mother played by Anita Kanwal, wife enacted by Smita Bansal and three children who reside in a mansion called the Palekar House.

With interesting twists, Zindagi Abhi Baaki Hai Mere Ghost, showcases the importance of a happy family in a humorous and rib-tickling laughter riot.

The stars of the show which included Tanaz Irani, Anita Kanwal and Dhruv Raj Sharma launched the show recently at a shelter home for children called ‘The Vatsalya Foundation’. The children here stay as one big happy family although not related by blood. Yug was very touched with this aspect. So its rightly said that‘happy family hoti nahi hai, banani padti hai’ which is also an important message of the show.

With an exceptional storyline and humorous moments between the talented actors, Life OK promises to give the audience a feel-good experience with ‘Zindagi Abhi Baki Hai Mere Ghost’.




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