Destiny is not a matter of choice and often leads to uncertain, mysterious paths. Life OK, India's fastest growing Hindi general entertainment channel, will explore the intertwined lives of three souls, brought together by fate and trapped in a bizarre relationship, in its upcoming saga 'Gustakh Dil'.
What happens when your husband becomes your best friend but his heart truly lies with someone else? Life OK's new show 'Gustakh Dil' is a riveting tale of three such people who are put on a treacherous course by fate. A love story like no other, the wife is the third wheel in this saga of love.
'Gustakh Dil' portrays the life of Laajo, a simpleton from a village who is the other woman for her husband Nikhil. The husband continues to be madly in love with his childhood sweetheart Ishana. Starring Sana Sheikh, Vibhav Roy and Parvati Sehgal, the show gives a different twist to a conventional love triangle. Produced by Ravi Ojha, the show also features the versatile and talented Meghna Malik, essaying the role of Barkha, Nikhil's mother. The show will premiere on Life OK starting 5th August, every Monday to Friday at 7.30pm.
Commenting on the launch of the new show, Ajit Thakur, General Manager, Life OK said, "After a successful run with romantic shows like 'Kaisa Yeh Ishq Hai' and 'Do Dil Ek Jaan', we are now bringing another love story but with a twist. Disruption has always been a key thrust for us at Life OK and with 'Gustakh Dil' we are aiming to bring out the other side of a love triangle. We are confident that people will accept this unique storyline and will appreciate our modest attempt at providing quality entertainment."
Gustakh Dil narrates the tale of a street smart Laajo, who challenges the norms of the village only to land up in unpleasant circumstances. To escape the wrath of her peers from the village, she reluctantly marries Nikhil. Laajo's turbulent journey starts the moment she arrives at Nikhil's home in New Delhi, where she finds out that her husband is madly in love with his childhood sweetheart, Ishana. The story is a portrayal Laajo's struggle to be accepted in a home that discounts her presence. Resilient and strong willed, Laajo continues to be a best friend to her husband.