Published On : Tue, Aug 16th, 2016

Popular Marathi show Kiti Sangaychay Mala completes 100 episodes

‘Kiti Sangaychay MalaAnother Gem from the house of Rangbhoomi Motion Pictures, ‘Kiti Sangaychay Mala’ is On Air since 21st March 2016 on Colors Marathi.

Keeping in sync with the current trend and just like their previous show ‘Maziya Mahera’ on the same channel this too is a woman centric story. Producer Hitesh Sharma recently celebrated the 100th episode on set with the entire cast and crew of the show.

The storyline of ‘Kiti Sangaychay Mala’ is intensifying with each episode. The plot of the TV show revolves around the lives of Arpita, played by Nupur Parulekar and Om, portrayed by actor Aashay Kulkarni who plans to get married but Om’s family holds conservative values and believe that women after marriage should not work. Arpita who face ups and downs of a normal domestic life though she manages to keep everyone happy. By the help of her husband OM who is very supportive and understands the complications of Arpita’s job. Both Arpita and Om are modern day youngsters who understand and respect individual identities, what is difficult is the fact that the eldest in Om’s family, Ajji played by Savita Malpekar is an orthodox lady who still believes in conventional roles of women and is not too excited about Arpita’s career goals.

‘Kiti Sangaychay Mala’ is a story whether Arpita would be able to manage both the fronts, personal and professional, or will she succumb to the pressures of Ajji who symbolizes the typical Indian thought process and keeps Arpita on her toes. Her main enemy in the house now is her sister-in-law Madhuri who has become insecure of her. Other than this she is also facing challenges at work front which she is facing persistently. In nutshell, an IAS officer’s journey and struggle is what Kiti Sangaychay Mala all about.

How doesArpita balances work and home? Who are her real supporters and opposition? Stay tuned for more gripping and interesting twists and turns in Arpita and Om’s life, watch ‘Kiti Sangaychay Mala’, only on Colors Marathi, Mon-Sat, 10:30 pm.