While the Triple Talaaq bill awaits judgement in the Parliament and is discussed widely in the current context, Zee TV introduces viewers to the world of Kabeer and Zara who are grappling with the issue first-hand in its new fiction offering, Ishq Subhan Allah. Based in Lucknow, Kabeer and Zara are both devout followers of Islam, who happen to interpret the ‘Quraan’ very differently. While Kabeer is a Maulvi who abides by the widely followed, traditional moral ethical code of conduct prescribed by the Shariyat board, Zara is a well-educated young woman who applies the teachings of Allah to a logical, liberal way of life based on modern fundamentals of practicality, rationality, gender equality, justice and fairness. Zara is firstly of the view that the triple Talaaq practice is un-Islamic as it has no mention in the Quraan. In her belief, a talaaq is to be administered over a period of 60 days, giving adequate opportunity for both parties to reconcile their differences. Viewers will be taken on a gripping journey of what happens when destiny brings Zara and Kabeer – a liberal and a staunch hard-liner together in matrimony and the clash of their ideologies sees them inching towards a talaaq. In showcasing Zara and Kabeer’s starkly opposite schools of thought, Ishq Subhan Allah urges people to re-examine their own perspective on religious practices and codes of conduct and bring an element of rationality to the way they understand and apply religion to their lives. In sync with its brand philosophy Aaj Likhenge Kal, Zee TV asks – Should religion not empower us and help us move forward rather than restrict and contain? Produced by Dheeraj Kumar’s Creative Eye Limited, the show will go on-air starting 14thMarch and air every Monday to Friday at 10 pm on Zee TV .