Dikhega high-voltage drama – Atal Bihari Vajpayee

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In &TV’s Atal, Happu Ki Ultan Paltan and Bhabiji Ghar Par Hain audience will witness some high-voltage drama. About &TV’s Atal track, Atal Bihari Vajpayee shares, “Atal (Vyom Thakkar) requests teacher to let Hindi medium students participate at the school’s Annual Day function. Despite Atal’s request, the teacher denies the opportunity. Atal persuades the principal to allow participation. Encouraging his classmates to join, Atal finds himself alone in signing up for the annual celebration when no one else steps forward. That night, Atal promises Krishna Devi (Neha Joshi) that he will win the competition and the prize money for her at the annual function. The next day Atal attempts to compose a poem for the event. Despite initial struggles, he eventually crafts his first successful poem. Seeking guidance, Atal narrates it to his father, who makes a few corrections. After learning of his family’s financial difficulties, Atal resolves to assist Gajodhar in making kachoris and help his family. Amidst this task, Atal’s poem accidentally ends up in the hands of Krishan Bihari (Ashutosh Kulkarni). Atal’s father punishes him and emphasizes the importance of studies over making money. Despite setbacks, Atal persists in preparing his poem. Supporters pray for Atal’s success while opponents anticipate his failure.”

About &TV’s Happu Ki Ultan Paltan track Daroga Happu Singh shares, “Beni (Vishwanath Chatterjee) represents Khodi (Sharad Vyas) in a legal battle. Meanwhile, Commissioner (Kishore Bhanushali) notifies Happu (Yogesh Tripathi) that he is under investigation. Amma and Rajesh (Geetanjali Mishra) go out for jewellery shopping. However, Beni arrives with unfortunate news about losing the case, and Khodi is implicated, resulting in a hefty two crore rupees compensation. Rajesh collapses upon hearing this revelation. To evade the situation, Beni suggests pretending to be poor. The family, including Happu, starts acting poor. To safeguard their money and jewellery, Happu and Beni dig a hole. However, when Manohar, played by Nitin Jhadav, posing as a recovery agent, discovers their actions, the family intensifies their act of poverty. Eventually, Manohar brings the commissioner to investigate, but they find nothing, leaving them astounded.” About &TV’s Bhabiji Ghar Par Hain track Vibhuti Narayan Mishra shares, “Saxena (Saanand Verma) is shooting a film alongside Tika (Vaibhav Mathur) and Tilu (played by Salim Zaidi). Vibhuti (Aasif Sheikh) is observing the shoot as an audience member. While filming, the phrase “roti chor” (bread thief) triggers Vibhuti, causing him to faint and he goes to a flashback moment where a child is mocked for being a ‘roti chor’. This term deeply affects him, leading to erratic behaviour, such as impulsively grabbing roti from Anita’s (Vidisha Srivastava) plate. Later, Tiwari (Rohitashv Gour) invites Anita for dinner at his place, along with his NRI clients. During the gathering, Vibhuti’s behaviour persists as he grabs rotis from everyone, causing considerable embarrassment. Anita becomes upset with his actions, prompting Vibhuti to apologize later. Amma Ji (Soma Rathod) suggests a remedy to Tiwari—to feed rotis to the poor—to counteract his recent financial loss of 10 lakhs. When Tiwari attempts to implement this suggestion, Vibhuti interrupts once again, snatching the rotis and fleeing. This time, frustrated by Vibhuti’s actions, Tiwari decides to take legal action by filing an FIR against him.”