Anand calls Kailashi and reveals to him that Ganga is alive. Kailashi gets shocked and fears getting destroyed because of her evil plans in past in Colors show Doree.

Doree spoiler: Kailashi gets shocked to learn about Ganga being alive 884092

Colors’ new show Doree, produced by Jay Productions is ruling hearts with interesting storylines. As seen so far, Agni witnesses the Doree and Nani and decides to save their lives. Agni learns that they need herbs to kill the poison inside their body. Hence, Agni goes to the jungle to find that particular herb which can save Nani and Doree. However, while he tries to look out for the herb a swarm of bees attacks him. Agni manages to save both Doree and Nani.

Mansi attempts suicide and the family rushes her to the hospital. Mansi gets consciousness and the police comes to record her statement. However, Mansi stays mum and doesn’t give statement against Anand and Kailashi as she witnesses Anand standing at the gate. Meanwhile, Agni falls unconscious, Doree and Nani rush him to the hospital.

In the coming episode, Doree reveals to the police about Ganga and the police along with Mansi and Anand get shocked to see Ganga alive. Soon, Anand calls Kailashi and reveals to him that Ganga is alive. Kailashi gets shocked and fears getting destroyed because of her evil plans in past.

The social drama ‘Doree’ traces the story of a six-year-old girl named Doree, who lives with her foster father, Ganga Prasad (role essayed by Amar Upadhyay) in the Bunkar mohalla, Varanasi. While Ganga Prasad counts himself lucky to have a daughter, the ruler of Varanasi’s handloom empire, Kailashi Devi Thakur deems daughters as unworthy. Set against the backdrop of Varanasi, the makers decided to shoot few sequences in the holy city of Varanasi.

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