Appeasing the gods to drive away evil by Colors twin shows
Suffering, failure, sorrow, discouragement are a part and parcel of our lives but what lies above all is the watchful eye of God and his powerful force that makes us feel safe. It is our faith in God and his divine power that gives us the strength to fight and ward off evil. Colors’ upcoming supernatural dramas Vish Ya Amrit: Sitaraand Tantra will showcase the battle of good versus evil and how only good always triumphs. While Vish Ya Amrit: Sitara presents the recreation of the Vishakanya folklore that existed from the time of Chandragupta Maurya centuries ago, Tantra narrates a tale of a family who has fallen prey to the clutches of incantation. Actors Juhi Parmar (Sumati) and Manish Goel (Prithvi) from the show Tantra and Shakti Anand (King Shivdaan)
from the show Vish Ya Amrit: Sitara conducted a Jan Kalyan Maha Yagya in Varanasi at Assi Ghat on Sunday to pray and seek blessings as they begin this new journey. They were accompanied by a thousand of localities as they led the Maha Aarti ceremony to bring in positivity and drive away negative energies. At the Jan Kalyan Maha Yagya, eminent astrologers were present who also shed light on how this yagya will benefit the society at large - good health, knowledge, domestic peace and prosperity, and well-rounded success in life. Good on your part Colors!