Mumbai: Hindi Entertainment Channel, Zee TV has announced the launch of its new fiction show Aggar Tum Na Hote, the story of a mentally unstable, rich, young man whose only ray of hope is his nurse who refuses to give up on him after even the senior-most doctors have thrown up their hands. The show premieres on 9th November and will air every Monday to Friday at 10:30 pm on Zee TV.
Aggar Tum Na Hote introduces you to Abhimanyu Pandey (played by television actor Himanshu Soni) – who is at most times a charming, rich young man but prone to moments of sudden aggression and self-destruction due to his mental instability. Standing firmly by his side will be Niyati Mishra (played by television actress Simaran Kaur), a young, dedicated nurse who can go to any lengths for the well-being of her patients. While most seem to have concluded that Abhimanyu is beyond all scope of recovery, Niyati has a strong instinct that he can be cured and that it is she who must take charge of the situation and nurse him back to stability.
Talking about the concept of the show, Zee TV Business Head Aparna Bhosle said, “Our upcoming show – Aggar Tum Na Hote explores an unusual dynamic between its lead protagonists where a dedicated nurse becomes the last ray of hope for a mentally unstable young man after even the best of doctors give up on him. Does her unwavering determination to cure him stem from a connection they share in the past? Viewers will have to watch the show to find out! We hope to strengthen our late primetime band with two new offerings Aggar Tum Na Hote and Tere Bina Jiya Jaaye Na between 10 and 11 PM.”
Show Producers Jatin Sethi, Mahesh Pandey, and Piyush Gupta said, “Aggar Tum Na Hote is all about having that one person in life that doesn’t give up on you, even if everyone else does. It is sometimes these relentlessly optimistic motivators and support systems that help us come out and tide over our challenges. So, we have a very interesting dynamic between our two lead protagonists which should give us a fantastic canvas for storytelling.”