One of the most legendary shows in the history of Indian Television, Ramesh Sippy's Buniyaad is all set to come back on small screen after 27 years.
The show goes on air on July 26, 2013. It is the sixth time that drama-series Buniyaad would be aired on small screen and this time it is again on Doordarshan.
Dealing with the Partition of India in 1947 and its aftermath, Buniyaad was written by Manohar Shyam Joshi and was directed by Ramesh Sippy and Jyoti Sarup.
Buniyaad was first aired in 1986 on the Indian state television channel DD National, which is owned and operated by Doordarshan network.
Since 1986, Buniyaad has been re-aired a number of times on various new Indian private television channels, such as Sahara One.
Landmark TV series Buniyaad redefined the careers of most of its actors that included Alok Nath, Kanwaljeet Singh, Kiran Juneja and Neena Gupta.
Veteran actor Alok Nath played the iconic character of freedom fighter Haveliram that became one of the iconic roles on small screen.
Ramesh Sippy feels that the serial will be liked by today's youngsters as much as it was liked by the younger generation of that time.
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