Endemol India Presents Lagori Maitri Returns

Lagori Maitri Returns is starting Feb. 3, Monday to Saturday at 9pm. Produced by Endemol India, Lagori is the journey of Dhanashree and her four friends who are an integral part of her life all through school and college.

But life takes its course and the four friends are separated due to circumstances and lose touch with each other. Lagori Maitri Returns is stated to be a fun filled emotional story of friends, a group of girls, who reunite after 8 years.

They meet again only to discover that the marriage and circumstances have changed their personalities.

“This show by Endemol is sure to touch a cord with all women who have lost touch with their friends post marriage and whom they hope to catch up with once again,” says Abhishek Rege, COO, Television, Endemol India.

It is a new Marathi daily soap from Endemol India – coming on Star Pravah.

Endemol India is a content production company in India offering television, film, and digital content. The company is a 51:49 alliance between Endemol BV – an independent television production company and CA Media – the Asian investment arm of The Chernin Group (TCG).

The company has produced television shows like Bigg Boss, Fear Factor, Laughter Challenge, Jo Jeeta Wohi Super Star, over 400 episodes of Deal or No Deal and the recently launched The Money Drop for Sun Network amongst others.

Endemol India has also forayed into the movie making business with the remake of Kahaani in Tamil and Telugu languages.

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