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"SARAS AND KUMUD "

COMING SOON ON STARLIFE ( DSTV Channel 167 /GOTV channel 23 and Openview channel 110

Storyline  👇

Saras and Kumund narrates the story of a young, cultured aristocrat, Saraswatichandra Vyas (Saras) whose mother, Saraswati committed suicide when he was a child. His father, Laxminandan Vyas then married Gumaan an evil and selfish woman who bore him a son, Danny a kind and selfless boy.

Laxminandan arranges Saras' wedding with Kumud Desai , the well-educated daughter of his best friend, Vidyachatur Desai. However, Saras, indrawn since the death of his mother, refuses to marry and writes to Kumud to inform her. 

Having wholeheartedly accepted the marriage proposal, she challenges Saras to personally tell her father about his rejection. Saras leaves Dubai, the place where he had grown up, and comes to Ratnanagri, Kumud's village.

However, as time goes on, Saras begins getting along with Kumud's family and starts adjusting to their ways. He eventually falls in love with Kumud and a short-lived romance follows.

However, on his return to Dubai, Saras finds a letter written by his mother, which a jealous Gumaan had secretly slipped into his things, revealing to Saras that the reason his mother committed suicide was that she found out that Laxminandan and Gumaan were having an affair.

This shatters Saras who disowns his father and leaves his house. He then decides not to marry Kumud because he believes that, since he is no longer the son of a rich man, he will not be able to support her and is therefore unworthy to be her husband.

To save her family's reputation, a heartbroken Kumud agrees to marry Pramadan Dharmadhikari (Pramad)  the son of a political family. However, after the wedding, Kumud finds out that Pramad is an alcoholic who was forced to marry her. Although Kumud is mistreated by Pramad, she decides to stay with him and change him into a better person.

Kumud is unaware that Saras has realised his mistake and wanted to stop her wedding with Pramad but before he could do so, thugs beat him and left him for dead. Alak, Pramad's sister finds Saras and brings him to her family mansion.

He regains his health and on finding Kumud there and learning about the pain Pramad has been inflicting on her, he promises himself that he will change Pramad's ways and unite him with Kumud.

Buddhidhan Dharmadhikari , who despises the deplorable lifestyle of his son, Pramad, appoints Saras (presenting himself as Naveenchandra) as his secretary. This causes Pramad to be jealous of Saras because he thinks his father loves Saras more than him.

Upon learning why Saras refused to marry her, Kumud forgives him and asks him to leave her house as she cannot see his constant humiliations from Pramad. Saras tells Kumud he won't go out of her life until he unites her with Pramad.

Kumud eventually separates from Pramad, after he attempts to kill her, and marries Saras. Kusum, Kumud's sister marries Danny, who is smitten with her. Pramad is diagnosed with terminal cirrhosis and leaves for abroad for treatment, going away from Kumud's life.

Further on, it is revealed that Saras' younger brother, Kabir who was taught to have died in infancy, is alive and is working for Gumaan to destroy the Desai/Vyas Family. After some twists and turns, she is arrested and Kabir happily starts adjusting to his family and reconciles with his father, as well as Saras.

He also discovers love with a bubbly girl from Mumbai named Anushka . Kumud also succeeds in finding Saras' long-lost mother who never died and was imprissoned in a mental assylum. With the help of Kumud, she regains her mental health, and reunites with her family. The story ends with the birth of Saras and Kumud's 1-st child, a daughter whom they name as Sanskriti Saraswatichandra Vyas.

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