Mumbai: “Naamkarann”, the Hindi series originally aired on Star Plus has been slotted for airing on Rustavi2 in Georgiain a two-hour daily slot from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
The series was originally premiered on 12th September 2016 was inspired by the 1998 Bollywood film Zakhm, it was based on the life of filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt. The show witnessed the telecast of 463 episodes until it got winded up on 18th May 2018.
Naamkarann (means ‘Naming Ceremony’)tells the story of Avni, an illegitimate child who embarks on a journey to create an identity for herself and faces a number of hurdles along the way.
Christina Vlahova, CEO of IntellectaSrl, a syndication partner of Star India for Russia and the CIS, said: “Naamkarann is a very special series, which has big fan groups even in markets where it has not aired yet. And it is important that it is working so well for the Georgian audience, who have seen some of the best Star India series already, especially in these times when more and more people are watching TV.”
Vakhtang Maisuradze, head of programming and acquisitions at Rustavi2, added: “In recent years we established fruitful cooperation with IntellectaSrl, and due to its qualified team, we can always be guaranteed by high-quality Indian shows produced by Star India. Naamkarann is a series that shares universal values: love and devotion. That’s why it has become very popular and is earning the true love of the Georgian TV audience.”