Television: Kajal Jain, Ayushaman Bhava, Bhanu Uday, Saam Daam Dand Bhed, Mohit Madaan, Ishq Tera

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Kajal Jain’s Simi Garewal connection

Mumbai–Actress Kajal Jain says her character from TV show “Ayushaman Bhava” bears a stark resemblance to actress Simi Garewal’s negative role in Subhash Ghai’s “Karz”.

“I am elated to be part of ‘Ayushaman Bhava’. I will be seen playing the important character of Samaira in the show,” Kajal said in a statement.

Kajal Jain

“My character is inspired from Bollywood’s most memorable grey character of Kamini Verma essayed by none other than Simi Garewal from the super hit movie ‘Karz’,” she added.

Kajal’s character will be introduced with the leap.

“My character is promising and I liked what’s in the offering for me on the show. I am sure my fans will like me in this new avatar,” Kajal said.

The show, aired on Star Bharat, will also see Sumit Bharadwaj taking over from Ricky Patel after the leap.

Bhanu goes to extreme lengths to connect with character

Actor Bhanu Uday, who is seen essaying the role of Vijay Namdhari in TV show “Saam Daam Dand Bhed”, is happy about getting a positive response about his character and his acting skills.

Bhanu was stunned when he started receiving so much of appreciation for the show, which is aired on Star Bharat.

According to a source, the cast of the show is apprehensive about doing a fight scene or an emotional scene with Bhanu as he gets carried away.

“One of my tasks as an actor is that whenever the audience watches me as Vijay, they should have a gut reaction for my performance. They should’nt feel as if they are watching a fiction,” Bhanu said in a statement.

“I want them to feel the intensity of the pain that the character goes through and in doing so I sometimes go to the extreme lengths to connect with the scene and the audience. Moreover I so love my work that it comes out naturally as a conscious decision,” he added.

Love is like an earthquake: Mohit Madaan

Actor Mohit Madaan, who is currently shooting for “Ishq Tera”, has compared love to an earthquake.

“Love is like an earthquake. It happens when you least expect it. The impact is massive. Now, it depends on how you take this,” Mohit said in a statement.

“If you use the magnitude of this vibration right, you can grow and be happy. It could be the best feeling in the world. You and your lover can reach different heights. But if you decide to fall into the cracks caused by it, you sink to the bottom. You become sad, depressed and your growth halts temporarily,” he added.

On his own love life, he said: “I was recently with someone but we mutually decided to go our separate ways. We still remain friends. For now, I am focusing on my career.”

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