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Dramatic twists in Zee Keralam Serial Sathya Enna Penkutty – Will tomboy Satya become a bride?
The serial ‘Satya Enna Penkutty’, the first Tomboy heroine character in Malayalam, which is advancing after 200 episodes, has reached a significant turning point in its storyline. ‘Satya Enna Penkutty’ is one of the most popular serials in Malayalam. It airs from Monday to Saturday at 8.30 pm in Zee Keralam. The following week will witness a maha episode on Monday, 9th November between 8.30 pm to 10.30 pm.
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Zee Keralam, the channel telecasting the serial, has said that the top-rated serial is about to enter into a major twist in its story this week. Satya has already revealed her love for Sudhi. But he turned away her love and is about to marry Sathya’s sister. However, a major twist that is in the offing brings a drastic change to Satya’s life. It is now fingers crossed for the audience. The question of whether Sudhi will change his mind will be revealed next week.
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Sathya is a bold girl who looks after the house after the sudden demise of her father. She is a tomboy not only in appearance but also has the courage and grit to take life seriously and with vigour. But her sister is exactly opposite to her. She is a spendthrift and is hoping for a luxurious life through marriage. Sudhi is now engaged to her and is about to marry her. But Sathya’s love for Sudhi is truer and sincere. It is a nail-biting situation in the storyline for the viewers in the coming week.
Audiences are waiting for those episodes that lead to a major turning point in the series and in the life of Sathya. Mershina Neenu says that Sathya is a role that has earned her a lot of praise. Neenu is now a busy star in Tamil and Malayalam television. Sreenish Aravind too is thrilled to have acted in the highly anticipated episodes. Sreenish says that Sathya is a serial that has brought a different turn to his acting career. The actor says that the wedding episodes are arranged in such a way that the audiences are glued to the television screen even more.