TV Snippets: Ridhima Pandit, Sandeep Anand, Amrapali Gupta, Vaishali Thakkar

Amrapali Gupta and Yash Sinha
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Vaishali to appear in ‘Har Mard Ka Dard’

Actress Vaishali Thakkar, best known for her roles in shows like “Baa Bahoo Aur Baby”, “Teen Bahuraaniyaan” and “Uttaran”, will next be seen in the upcoming comedy show “Har Mard Ka Dard”.

The show relates to the problems men face in the society in comedy style.

Vaishali will be seen as the mother of actor Faisal Rashid, who is the lead protagonist.

“I am very excited to be the part of this show because the genre of this show is new and different for me, from whatever I have done in the past,” Vaishali said in a statement.

“I am essaying the role of a mother and I am confident enough that I will justify my character. I hope my fans will shower love for me as they have always,” she added.

“Har Mard Ka Dard” will soon be aired on Life OK.

Amrapali Gupta and Yash Sinha

Amrapali, Yash’s ‘special’ Christmas with son

Mumbai–Actress Amrapali Gupta, who welcomed her son Kabir with Yash Sinha earlier this year, got a Christmas surprise from her husband. He made the festive season “special” for them by decorating their house.

The couple welcomed Kabir in March, and it’s his first Christmas.

“Amrapali and Kabir have made my life special by entering to my world. I always want to bring love and blessings for them in every possible way I could. This is the first Christmas for my son, so I am trying to make it special for him. We have already started celebrating the festival and will continue till the year end,” Yash said in a statement.

Amrapali, best known for her roles in shows like “Khushiyan”, “Teen Bahuraaniyaan” and “Qubool Hai”, said: “Yash surprised us by decorating the house with Christmas stationery. He also made the Christmas cake himself.

“He did all this when I went to visit my friend’s house with Kabir and when we returned we were really surprised. I am really one of the luckiest wife to have Yash as my husband.”

Yash and Amrapali, who got married in 2012, were seen together in “Nach Baliye 6”.

Christmas is my favourite: Ridhima Pandit

Mumbai–Actress Ridhima Pandit, who is seen playing a robot in the TV show “Bahu Hamari Rajni_kant”, says Christmas is her favourite occasion.

With Christmas just around the corner, the Life OK show is all set to celebrate the occasion with everyone turning Santa in the Kant house.

Talking about the episode, Ridhima said in a statement: “Christmas is my favourite occasion as I love the concept of granting someone’s wish.”

In the upcoming episode, RAM ( a character in the show) will discover the concept of Christmas and Santa Claus through Rajni. Like any other child, the idea that he can ask for a wish and it will be granted, excites him a lot. His wish will come true as Rajni will don the Santa avatar.

The actress says she plays Santa for her nephew in real life and is excited to play it on screen.

“I do play Santa for my nephew in real life and this time, I got to play Santa in reel life for RAM . He has also made a Christmas tree of recycled materials. The atmosphere on the set was so good as we all played Secret Santa to each other and dressed up as Santa,” she added.

Always been fascinated by Santa Claus: Sandeep Anand

Actor Sandeep Anand, who will next be seen donning a Santa Claus costume in the popular comedy show “May I Come In Madam?”, says he has always been “fascinated” by his dress and his ride.

In the upcoming episodes of the show, Sandeep would be donning the Santa avatar to surprise his on screen boss, Nehha Pendse.

“I have always been fascinated towards Santa Claus — the dress, the reindeers, the ride, the snow. But at the same time the message that he gives ‘spread smiles spread happiness’ — that’s what I am also doing in my show on the occasion,” Sandeep said in a statement.

“Getting dressed as Santa is my luck and will try to put smiles on my viewers’ faces by doing this,” he added.

“May I Come In Madam?” is aired on Life OK.



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