Zindagi is a TV channel in India, owned by Zee, that airs Pakistani TV shows (and previously also Turkish and Korean shows dubbed into Hindi). Originally launched as a satellite channel on 23 June 2014, it closed down on 30 June 2017, when its content was moved to Ozee (now ZEE5).

Zindagi remained available as a section on ZEE5 until 2019, when it was discontinued. It was relaunched on ZEE5 in May 2020, and eventually returned to satellite TV platforms as a service channel on 23 May 2022, instead of its previous incarnation as a full-fledged satellite channel.


Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Custom wordmark (logo)
Ubuntu (on-air graphics)
Launched:  23 June 2014



27 September–31 December 2016

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On 27 September 2016, the slogan was changed from Jodey Dilon Ko (Connecting Hearts) to Yeh Lamha Hi Hai Zindagi (This Moment is Life).[1] Pakistani content was also removed from the channel after political tensions arising from the 2016 Uri attack.

1 January–30 June 2017


On 1 January 2017, the gap in the top right corner of the Z was closed and the swoosh within it was modified. This was also done by all other Zee channels and properties.



On 1 July 2017, Zindagi as a television channel was closed and converted to a digital-only brand on Zee’s streaming platform, Ozee (now Zee5), with the same logo.


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With the launch of ZEE5 in February 2018, Zindagi received a new logo in line with the rest of the network, featuring the Gotham typeface. The Zindagi brand was discontinued in 2019.


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Zindagi was revived in May 2020 with the old logo and old Z symbol of the Zee network. Zing was the only other property of the Zee network to feature the old Z symbol until its rebrand on 25 May 2022, two days after Zindagi was relaunched on satellite TV platforms as a service channel.


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In October 2020, Zindagi introduced an updated logo with the new Zee logo from 2017.

On 23 May 2022, Zindagi was relaunched on Indian DTH platforms as a service channel airing predominantly Pakistani content. It continues to be available on ZEE5.