Dangal TV to premiere unique supernatural thriller ‘Ek Anokhi Rakshak – Naagkanya’ from 20th Jan 2020

image-Dangal TV to premiere unique supernatural thriller ‘Ek Anokhi Rakshak - Naagkanya’ from 20th Jan 2020 MediabriefIndia’s leading Hindi Entertainment Channel, Dangal TV, is launching a new supernatural thriller ‘Ek Anokhi Rakshak – Naagkanya’ from 20th Jan, Monday-Friday, at 6.00 PM. The show is produced by Nikhil Sinha of Triangle Films, Heena Parmar (Sonakshi) and Ankit Narang (Krish) will be seen in the lead role.

In this new show “Ek Anokhi Rakshak – Naagkanya” the viewers will travel with Sona on her journey from being an ordinary girl to a superhero. Every minute will be intriguing as one will get to see a Nagkanya but with a twist…someone very different from the so Nagin avatars one has seen depicted on air so far.

For the first time, viewers will get to see a Naagin that is not out to seek revenge but instead is a protector.

Check out the promo here:

So far, on the back of presenting engrossing and diverse stories and being a Free To Air channel, the content and no-hassles free availability of Dangal TV  has firmly established it as India’s Number 1 Hindi Entertainment channel. Dangal TV has been presenting shows across a diverse range of genres – from recreation of Mythological stories (Mahima Shanidev Ki and Dwarkadheesh) to Historical (Chandragupt Maurya), Fiction drama (Pyaar Ki Luka Chhipi), Crime (Crime Alert), Super Natural (Phir Laut Aayi Naagin), Horror (Darr Ki Dastak) and Crime Fiction (Crime Investigation Force).

MediaBrief View: This new avatar of a Nagin who isn’t bloodthirsty for revenge but is only driven by the desire to protect, will add to the diversity of the content on Dangal TV. It should not only engage audiences but should also go on to correct the terrifying image of the nagin in the FTA and other markets across India. This seems like a great strategic series that should further strengthen the hold of Dangal TV on its massive audience base across the country.

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