Mumbai, July 6 (IANS) Actors Dheeraj Dhoopar and Manit Joura became bodyguards for their “Kundali Bhagya” female co-stars Anjum Fakih and Shraddha Arya when the four of them visited the capital to promote their forthcoming show.
During the promotion for the show last week, the four actors visited India Gate where fans rushed to click photographs with them. Then Dheeraj and Manit took charge and turned bodyguards to protect their female co-actors from the increasing crowds.
“The four of us were excited to visit India Gate as it had been a long time since we had last been there. It was an overwhelming experience for all of us as we did not expect such a huge crowd literally running behind us,” Dheeraj said in a statement.
“They were scrambling over each other to get a picture with us. While we love interacting with our fans and getting their feedback, the crowd in Delhi got really excited and started chasing us to get pictures and we had to run to our cars,” he added.
Anjum added: “It was truly heart-warming to see the love people had for us. They instantly recognised us and couldn’t wait to hug us and get selfies. Thanks to Dheeraj and Manit, who saved the day by doubling up as our bodyguards.”
“Kundali Bhagya” will be aired on Zee TV starting from July 12. It’s a spin-off of the channel’s popular show “Kumkum Bhagya”.
I’m very delicate: Jayashree Venkataramanan
Actress Jayashree Venkataramanan says that in real life she is totally opposite to her character of Kaajal Bhai in TV show “Hum Paanch Phir Se”.
“Honestly, I am totally opposite to Kaajal Bhai in real life. The character is of a strong woman who is tomboyish and I am exactly vice-versa of her. I am very delicate, you could say,” Jayashree said in a statement.
“When there is a fight sequence and I am supposed to be hitting the respective person, except me all the other characters get into my role and start hitting. The funny part is that the director says, ‘Kaajal, it is your scene and your onscreen sisters are more Kaajal Bhai than you’.
“I enjoy playing the character of Kaajal Bhai as it has many layers to it. Especially, the Haryanvi dialect, though it was difficult for me in the start, but now I have got a knack of it,” she added.
“Hum Paanch Phir Se”, a remake of renowned 1990s show “Hum Paanch”, is aired on BIG Magic.
Goodbyes always make way for new beginnings: Vaishali Thakkar
“Har Mard Ka Dard” will go off air on July 14 and actress Vaishali Thakkar says it will make way for new beginnings for everyone associated with the popular TV show.
“Goodbyes always make way for new beginnings. We wrap up with a blast, taking back a mind full of memories and a lot of learning,” Vaishali said in a statement.
The Life OK show went on air in February earlier this year.
Actress Jhinal Belani said: “Yes, it’s confirmed, the show is going off air. It was really a great time working with the cast and extremely talented actors like Faisal Rashid.”