Mumbai, July 21 (IANS) Actress Madirakshi, who essays Sita in the mythological show “Siya Ke Ram”, is working out dedicatedly and she is getting a lot of help from co-actor Danish Akhtar, who plays Hanuman in the show.
A war sequence is to be shot for the Star Plus entertainer, and actors are gearing up to be in full form.
Madirakshi has been taking time out and working out in the gym too.
“The war sequence will have a lot of high intensity fight sequences for me as well and there will be a lot of scenes which will require mental and physical fitness,” Madirakshi said in a statement..
“I am focusing on abs and thigh excercises along with cardio to gain the stamina required. Danish is a wrestler and a regular to the gym, so he has been a big help,” she added.
‘Happy Bhaag Jayegi’ cast bring happiness to Kapil’s show
Abhay Deol, Diana Penty, Ali Fazal and Momal Sheikh — actors of “Happy Bhaag Jayegi” — were seen enjoying themselves thoroughly during a visit to the sets of “The Kapil Sharma Show”.
The whole cast was seen dancing and interacting with the audience. Ali also showcased his singing talent on the show, while Ali Asgar and Sunil Grover emerged in their funny avatars and entertained everyone as usual.
The cast shared anecdotes about their upcoming movie “Happy Bhaag Jayegi”, a romantic-comedy film directed by Mudassar Aziz.
A dog enters ‘Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hai’
“Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hai” has a new entrant — a bull dog.
The makers are bringing in the dog into the narrative to break the monotony in the entertaining &TV drama.
Vibhuti (Aasif Sheikh) will be seen buying Jankidaas (the dog) and the specialty of it is that whosoever shows him a picture of a person and says that the person uttered bad things about “your mom”, the dog makes that person’s life hell.
Talking about the new entry, Aasif said in a statement: “I love cats a lot and have a pet cat at home too. I am not so fond of dogs though.”
Vastsal, Ishita share love-hate relationship
Actors Vatsal Sheth and Ishita Dutta have been in news for signing a contract with a no-dating clause for their show “Rishton Ka Saudagar – Baazigar”, but off screen, they share “good bonding”.
The actors, who are made to hate each other on screen are seen spending maximum time together in between shots and during lunch breaks. Recently, when Ishita was about to meet with an accident on set with her sari getting stuck in a fan, it was Vatsal who acted like a hero and saved her.
When asked Vatsal about his friendship with Ishita, he said: “Off screen we share a good bonding and have few things in common. Both of us are pretty chilled out. I love cakes and pastries and so does she.”
“Every other day she gets me one. I am just an excuse so that she can get one for herself everyday.”
When asked about this, Ishita said: “It’s fun shooting with him. He improvises a lot, so that is something that I am learning from him. He is a very good co-actor and a really good friend.”