Mumbai, Aug 20 (IANS) Actor Vishal Karwal, who played Lord Krishna in “Dwarkadheesh – Bhagwaan Shree Krishn”, is excited about playing the Hindu god again for a sequence in fictional entertainer “Nagarjun – Ek Yoddha”.
“I have played Krishna in the past and will play it a thousand times if given a chance as I love to wear those royal costumes and deliver such beautiful lines full of meaning and depth. It’s like being a part of history,” Vishal said in a statement.
The narrative of the &TV show is getting a Mahabharata twist. It will be about lead protagonist Arjun (essayed by Rahul Sharma) being shocked to know of his relation to the Mahabharata tale, read a statement from the channel.
For this, Shrishti Jain will be seen as Draupadi, Iris Maity as Chitrangada and Esha Chawla as Ulupi among others.
Jaya Ojha joins ‘Badho Bahu’ cast
Actress Jaya Ojha is set to join the cast of yet-to-be-launched TV show “Badho Bahu”.
Jaya will be seen portraying Malti, a proud mother to the character essayed by Prince Narula.
Talking about her role, Jaya said in a statement: “‘Badho Bahu’ is a show that is on women empowerment. I have been working in this industry for the past 10 years and the character I am playing in the show is from a strong Haryanvi background which poses a challenge to me to get the accent and mannerisms right.”
The actress, who has daily shows like “Sasural Simar Ka” and “Saath Nibhana Saathiya” to her credit, added: “But it’s a great feeling to learn something new and I thank &TV and my producers for giving me this opportunity.
“Also I will be reuniting with Pankaj Dheer as we have worked together in the past as well. He is a very good co-actor and a family friend as well.”
Shubhangi Atre meets ‘The Voice India Kids’ contestant
Actress Shubhangi Atre, who regales the audience as Angoori Bhabhi of “Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hai”, met the youngest contestant of singing reality show “The Voice India Kids”.
The contestant named Ayat paid Shubhangi a visit on the sets of “Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hai”, accompanied by another contestant Harvir, who hails from Indore, the actress’ hometown.
Shubhangi was happy to meet the young talents.
“I follow ‘The Voice India Kids’ and I must say that the kids are extremely talented at such a tender age. Ayat even performed on the song ‘Unse mili nazar’ in front of me and she is such a delight to watch. I wish her all the best for the show,” Shubhangi said in a statement.
“Because Harvir hails from my hometown Indore, I have a soft corner for him. I have seen his performance and he sings really well. I wish all the very best to him and hope he wins the show too,” she added.