TV Snippets: Shalini Kapoor Sagar, Vicky Ahuja, Ananya Agarwal, Meri Durga, Dil Boley Oberoi, Sara Khan, Rytasha Rathore, Badho Bahu, Kkusum, Saat Phere, Qubool Hai, Swaragini

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Shalini Kapoor Sagar

Vicky, Ananya learn Haryanvi for ‘Meri Durga’

Mumbai–Actors Vicky Ahuja and Ananya Agarwal are learning the Haryanvi language for their new TV show “Meri Durga”, which showcases a father and daughter’s relationship and has Haryana as its backdrop.

The show features Yashpal (Vicky), who wants to educate his daughter Durga (Ananya) for her better future.

“Ananya and I hit it off from the word go. She is a wonderful co-actor. People often say that working with a child actor can get difficult, but I am having the best time when I shoot with her,” Vicky said in a statement.

“We both have our own internal jokes and no third person on set gets them. To add to it, we only talk in Haryanvi which further makes our co-actors wonder what we are up to. Ananya makes shooting fun for me,” he added.

“Meri Durga” is aired on Star Plus.

Sara to play mentally disturbed in ‘Dil Boley Oberoi’

Actress Sara Khan, best known for her roles in shows like “Sapna Babul Ka…Bidaai”, “Ram Milaayi Jodi” and “Sasural Simar Ka”, will be seen doing a cameo as a mentally disturbed person in TV show “Dil Boley Oberoi”.

Sara will be seen as Mohini.

Her track will be with Rudra (Leenesh Mattoo) and Saumya (Nehalaxmi Iyer), who would be seen attending a mid-air engagement and Mohini would dress up as an air-hostess and hijack the plane.

“My character’s name is Mohini, who is slightly disturbed. She dresses as an air-hostess and hijacks her former boyfriend’s mid-air engagement,” Sara said in a statement.

“Dil Boley Oberoi” is a spin-off of “Ishqbaaaz”.

“For the first time, a spin-off is happening on Indian TV and I am glad to be part of it. Even though a cameo, my role is quite different from what I have played before,” Sara added.

“Dil Boley Oberoi” is aired on Star Plus.

Prince Narula turns fitness trainer for Rytasha Rathore

Actor Prince Narula is helping his “Badho Bahu” co-star Rytasha Rathore for action scenes.

Rytasha, who plays Badho — a wrestler in the show — will be seen trained by Rahguveer (Pankaj Dheer).

Prince, on other hand, gives her tips on how to deal with physical exercise.

“I do help Rytasha in some of the scenes since we have started shooting the wrestling track, which involves weight training for her,” Prince said in a statement.

“I have been going to the gym since a very long time now and hence I can help her out at times. The best part about this is that Rytasha is very observant and dedicated to what she does. I am hoping that we keep the audience entertained with this track,” he added.

“Badho Bahu” is aired on &TV.

Shalini Kapoor Sagar

‘Swaragini’ fame Shalini Kapoor Sagar ‘enjoying family time’

Mumbai–Actress Shalini Kapoor Sagar, who has portrayed different shades of characters in popular shows like “Kkusum”, “Saat Phere”, “Devon Ke Dev…Mahadev”, “Qubool Hai” and “Swaragini”, says she is currently enjoying family time after doing back to back shows.

“I have been working back to back, so had purposely taken this time off to be with my family. I shall start considering new projects now, but will only take up women centric shows,” Shalini said in a statement.

Shalini, who is married to actor Rohit Sagar, has a six-year-old daughter named Aadyya with him.

“I am emotionally very dependent on Rohit despite being so strong. He has enveloped me with his love and is my strength. He treats me and protects me like a child and I behave like his ‘boyfriend’. We literally talk like man to man when needed,” she said.

“I wish all parents should dissolve gender demarcation,” she concluded

Since childhood I wanted to become a princess: Kritika Kamra

Actress Kritika Kamra, who will play the title role in upcoming TV show “Prem Ya Paheli – Chandrakanta”, says since childhood she always wanted to become and live like a princess.

“Since my childhood, I have always wanted to live and become a princess and today I have been able to do this for myself,” Kritika said in a statement.

The Life OK show is an adaptation of Devaki Nandan Khatri’s novel “Chandrakanta”, but this time from a different perspective.

The actress says dreams don’t work unless you take action.

“Today for me the excitement of dreams coming true is beyond the description of words. ‘Chandrakanta’ is the quintessence of beauty and I feel privileged to essay this epitome of beauty,” she added.

Shaleen Bhanot visits Golden Temple for ‘Sher-E-Punjab…’

Actor Shaleen Bhanot, who will be seen playing one of the lead roles in the historical periodic drama “Sher-E-Punjab: Maharaja Ranjit Singh” visited Golden temple to seek blessings for his show.

Shaleen will be seen playing the role of Mahaa Singh in the Life OK show, who is Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s father.

“As I am playing the role of a Sardar for the first time, I decided to visit the Golden Temple to seek blessings of Baba ji for the show. The entire cast is extremely religious and feels a special connect to the show so I bought Khada Prasad for everyone and for myself,” Shaleen said in a statement.

The actor says he also bought a Kada, which he will wear throughout the show, on-screen and offscreen.

“As it will be my lucky mascot,” he added.

 

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