Did you like Zee’s concept in Kaala Teeka?


Zee TV’s Kaala Teeka features the story of two young girls whose lives are entwined by an act of superstition. Kaala Teeka captures one of the worst form of superstitions, that’s personification The show captures the journey of a girl-child Kaali who is treated as a human Kaala Teeka for another child Gauri and is expected to shadow her everywhere for the well-being of the latter. Vishwaveer claims that Kaali would absorb all the evil energy that would get near Gauri. Gauri would have all the seven colors in her life while Kaali would only have to wear black throughout her life.

Gauri and Kaali have grown up and love each other as sisters. They share the same birthday. Vishwaveer gifts chocolates to Gauri, while Kaali expects a gift for her also. Vishwaveer throws a chocolate for her, yet this makes the little girl very happy. Kaali’s journey of hope starts as she overcomes these challenges. She also reaches out to her own aspirations and ambitions in life and becomes an inspiration to others. The show aims to question age-old beliefs and bring about a progressive shift in their beliefs and mentality. What did you think of this show’s concept? Let us know in this poll. You may leave a comment also.

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  1. I’m loving it so far and happy to see Dalljeet back on tv.

  2. I am waiting to see what happens. I do not like the abuse to children that is highlighted. I know it must be a reality but it still hurts to watch

  3. wow its nice and plese dont take like ek mukuthi asmaan and like swaragini ,uttran.

  4. Awesome acting by each n everyone. APPLAUD moments for Kaali n Gauri. Well done directors.

  5. Nothing interesting in it, kaala teeka ‘s story is like …. Utran in colors tv

  6. Every show will start like this… Two girls will b friends or sisters… later they love one guy… triangle love story begins… One will b succeeded and the other will become revengeful and start plotting against the couple. .. We become so bored of these kinds of stories….

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