Mumbai, May 19 (IANS) Actress Nausheen Sardar Ali, who rose to fame with Ekta Kapoor’s “Kkusum” hit show, will be back on television with a fiction show.
“I can just say I will be coming back on TV very soon. But I don’t want to talk more about it,” Nausheen said in a statement.
If sources are to be believed, her comeback show will go on air on Star Plus.
After making a place for herself in the world of small screen as a perfect ‘bahu’, Nausheen went on to do serials like “Beend Banoongaa Ghodi Chadhunga” and “The Adventures of Hatimas Queen Ruda”.
Nausheen feels she is still living under the shadow of her image as ‘tragedy queen’.
“I’m looking for a comedy (to do) but somehow I get to be tragedy queen. People love to see me cry,” she said.
Talking about the changes she has seen on TV, she said: “Television progress in India has been slow and steady.”
Vatsal Sheth’s cosmic connection with Ishita
Actor Vatsal Sheth feels he shares a “cosmic connection” with his “Rishton ka Saudagar – Baazigar” co-star Ishita Dutta.
Vatsal and Ishita will be seen together in the Life OK show, which will beam from June.
He feels the connection is due to their similar choices when it comes to work.
Moreover, Ishita was recently seen in Bollywood film “Drishyam” in which she played the role of Ajay Devgn’s daughter, whereas Vatsal was seen in the 2004 film “Taarzan: The Wonder Car” where he played role of Ajay’s son.
“Ishita got finalised a day before we were supposed to go for an outdoor shoot. Until then, everything was unclear and uncertain. We started shooting as soon as she came on board and yet bonded instantly,” Vatsal said in a statement.
He added: “Slowly into the outdoor schedule we realised we have so much similarity including the ‘Ajay Devgn connection’ and the show and our character seemed to fit together perfectly. Hence, I call it cosmic connection”.
Krip Suri cuts health break short for work
Actor Krip Suri took an early discharge from hospital to avoid monetary loss for the producers of TV show “Kalash.. Ek Vishwaas”.
He says he knew his producers incurred “loss because I was hospitalised and that’s why I resumed shooting as soon as possible”.
Krip, who is seen as the male protagonist of Life OK show “Kalash.. Ek Vishwaas”, fell sick in middle of a shoot last week. After a liver-related problem was diagnosed, he was advised complete bed rest.
But he took discharge from hospital just two days after treatment.
“I can never let anyone suffer because of me. Even if it’s a genuine problem, I try to make things simpler for others,” Krip said in a statement.
“I knew my producers are going through a loss because of me getting hospitalised and that’s why I resumed shooting as soon as possible. I’m trying to make up for the loss they have already incurred in those two days,” he added.