MUMBAI: It’s a new day! And we are back with a platter full of news from the world of television that will surely leave you wanting more. From Shaheer Sheikh and Supriya Pilgaonkar’s special reunion to upcoming twists and turns in your much loved shows, today’s telly updates will leave you in affix with the piping hot news from the telly world.
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Kushal Tandon shows his gratitude towards Varun Dhawan
Who said only a common man can have a fan moment? Even our telly town rockstars have their personal favourite from B-town.
Similar is the case with the charming Kushal Tandon, who was last seen wooing his audience in Sony TV’s Beyhadh opposite the two gorgeous females: Jennifer Winget and Aneri Vajani.
Kushal recently showed his gratitude towards Bollywood actor Varun Dhawan, who is currently shooting for his upcoming movie Kalank, when amidst his hectic schedule Varun squeezed a little time to meet his young fan, Kushal’s niece.
Maahi Way fame Mark Parekh to EXPOSE the Oberois in Ishqbaaaz
Star Plus’ Ishqbaaaz is all set to witness new entries in the upcoming track. bestarticles was the one to tell you about the whole redux track.
Soon Maahi Way fame Mark Parekh will enter the daily soap. A little birdie reveals that he will play Sunil Tyagi, a journalist. His character will enter the storyline to expose the Oberois. There are many skeletons in their closet and his character will bring the cat out of the bag. He will enter their residence to know all their dark secrets.
Mark’s entry is a cameo however a very important one. Soon in the further episode, Shivaay (Nakuul Mehta) will blackmail the lad.
When we contacted Mark, he confirmed the news. “Yes, I have entered the show. Every big family is pretentious and everyone has a dark story. That’s the best I can say,” he said.
Mark has already started shooting for the daily soap.
Shaheer Sheikh and Supriya Pilgaonkar REUNITE
The bond between co-actors is one of a kind. Time and again we have seen cast of different shows reuniting and sharing their nostalgia with their fans. The latest team to reunite is cast of Sony TV’s Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi.
Lead actor Shaheer Sheikh who played the role of Dev Dixit and Supriya Pilgaonkar who was seen in the role of Ishwari Dixit (Dev’s mom) reunited and took a walk down the memory lane.
The two met on the occasion of Eid, celebrated the festival and relished on some delicacies. Shaheer took to his Instagram handle and shared with his fans about his reunion with his reel mom with a hashtag, #MaaKaPyaar.
Aakriti Sharma aka Kulfi Kumar shares her special talent
This actress learns a SPECIAL skill for Star Plus’ Kullfi Kumarr Bajewala. The adorable child actress, Aakriti Sharma, has been taking tabla lessons for the upcoming episodes of the show, as she wants to look real.
For one of the episodes of the show, Aakriti was made to fake it, but she insisted on learning the tunes and then went for the take. The admirable young actress even requested the director to let her play the tabla in the upcoming episodes.
In the meanwhile, Kullfi Kumarr Bajewala continues to do wonders on the rating charts with every passing week. The show is only loved and admired and enjoys a favourable fan following.
Kudos to you, Aakriti!
After YHM and Naagin, Anita Hassanandani signs another project
Currently wooing and keeping the audience hooked to their TV screens by her acting band charm in Star Plus’ YHM and Colors’ Naagin, Anita Hassanandani has signed yet another project.
As Sony TV is all set to bring back their comic caper Comedy Circus to the television screens after a long gap of four years, we have the stunning Anita Hassanandani joining the cast of the show.
We already have a few big names who are all set to be part of the show namely Dheeraj Dhoopar, Karishma Sharma, Tejasswi Prakash, Mubin Saudagar, Siddharth Sharma and Paritosh Tripathi among many others.
My role in ‘Porus’ is challenging: Savi Thakur
Actor Savi Thakur, who plays the role of Prince Kanishk in Siddharth Kumar Tewary’s Porus, says that he loves being part of the show.
“I have learnt a lot from Porus. I have learnt to have more and more patience. I have learnt so many things from my co-actors. Also, since I am doing a negative character for the first time, it’s quite challenging,” says Savi.
The actor says that he shares a great equation with the rest of the cast. “All the actors are really nice but there are four actors I love to spend time with – Chandan Dilawar, Vishal Patni, Mohit Abrol and Zohaib Siddiqui,” shares the actor.
“The sad part is Chandan and Vishal are not there in the show now and I really miss them on the set. Chandan Dilawar is like a big brother to me,” further adds Savi.
The actor, seen acing his character, says that he always wanted to be an actor and is loving his profession. “I love being an actor. I get to play so many different roles. I started my acting career in 2015 with DD1. It was a good mythological show (Draupadi). Then I did a cameo in Jamai Raja for Zee TV and then I worked in other shows for Zee TV like Seth Ji,” he concludes.
Zain Imam and Mahhi Vij come together for an episodic in &TV’s Laal Ishq
Television’s heartthrob Zain Imam, who made girls go weak in their knees by playing the charming character of Neil in Star Plus’ Naamkarann and Yuvi in Zee TV’s Tashan-e-Ishq,will soon be back on-screen for his lovely fans.
Well, the actor will be seen opposite the gorgeous actress Maahi Vij for a special episodic for &TV’s upcoming episodic show Laal Ishq.
The show focuses on intense love stories with a paranormal twist.
Mahhi is known for her work in Laagi Tujhse Lagan and Balika Vadhu. The actor took to her Instagram handle to share a post about the upcoming project.
Swaragini fame Helly Shah and Namish Taneja come together for a new show
Helly Shah and Namish Taneja who were much loved for their role in Colors’ Swaragini reunite for yet another show.
Swaragini was one of the most popular shows from the channel and still has fans online. Helly Shah aka Swara and Namish Taneja who played Lakshya, her first boyfriend, on the show enjoy a great fan following even after the show has wrapped up.
As per reports in a leading media portal, the two have been finalised for a new show, which will be produced by Shoonya Square Productions. They have made shows like Belan Wali Bahu and Thapki Pyar Ki in the past. The publication further said that it was inspired by Imtiaz Ali’s Jab We Met. Interestingly, many wanted to see them together in Swaraginibut that never happened.
It seems the two are now negotiating with the production house, which is keen to have them on board.
Both of them are quite popular on social media.
Priyal Gor to enter Aap Ke Aa Jane Se
Amidst all the exciting twists and turns of the show, actress Priyal Gor is all set to enter Aap Ke Aa Jane Se. The series is all set to experience a set of twist and turns.
Abraam Pandey shoots for a music video
Actor Abraam Pandey (currently seen in Khichadi returns) recently shot for a music video and says that he loved the experience. The actor says that the concept of the video was totally different and it took him some time to settle into his character.
“It was an awesome experience and totally different to anything that I have done before. Initially, I was a bit conscious of the romantic and lovemaking scenes because I have always been part of comedy. People say comedy is tough, but I am quite comfortable with that. I find romantic and sad scenes difficult to shoot,” he said.
Talking about the video, he shared, “It’s totally a cute and romantic love story. It talks about how you love your soul mate beyond the physical limitations. We shot in Mumbai and on the outskirts.”
The actor has done theatres as well and says that all three mediums – theatre, TV and the web are completely different.
“For an actor, acting is important not the medium. But yes, I agree that TV is a bit different than theater and music videos because in theater there are no retakes because you have to perform in front of people. One mistake and you are out of the league. But in TV and music videos, you can take retake and replace the act which you don’t want. But in theater, you are being judged by everyone and you have that pressure to perform well,” he said.