Actor Purab Kohli hopes his forthcoming TV show “P.O.W. Bandi Yuddh Ke” rescues the Indian television industry.

“If ‘P.O.W.’ does well, it will change the face of Indian television because I don’t think that a channel has ever attempted something like this,” Purab, who has earlier featured in shows like “Hip Hip Hurray” and has been a successful video jockey, told IANS.

“P.O.W. Bandi Yuddh Ke”, helmed by filmmaker Nikkhil Advani, will be aired on Star Plus from Monday at 10:30 p.m.

Purab said: “We would have got the prime slot but because of some intense scenes and some action in it, they can’t show it in prime time slot. There is a big hope that ‘P.O.W.” will rescue the television industry,” he added.

The drama will also feature Amrita Puri, Sandhya Mridul and Satyadeep Mishra.

It’s a an Indian adaptation of the Israeli TV drama “Hatufim”. It will present the story of two missing-in-action soldiers who return home after 17 years.

While Purab is excited about the show, he is also enjoying being a father.

“Fatherhood is a gift that I wish upon everybody and especially when it’s a baby girl. When you have a child, you stop living for yourself. It’s the most beautiful feeling,” said the actor, who became a father in December last year with his lady love Lucy Payton.