Actress Chhavi Pandey has been roped in to star in the mythological show “Shaurya Veer Eklavya Ki Gatha”.
Chhavi will be seen essaying the role of a ‘banjaran’ (gypsy) in the celebrity special episode.
“I like exploring different characters. So, when I was narrated the puppet story of the show, I was keen to take it up. I haven’t played the role of ‘banjaran’ before,” Chhavi said in a statement.
“I will enter the show in the celebrity special episode which will mark a twist in the storyline,” added the actress, who has previously appeared in shows like “Teri Meri Love Stories”, “Ek Boond Ishq”, “Yeh Hai Aashiqui” and “Silsila Pyaar Ka”.
“Shaurya Veer Eklavya Ki Gatha” is aired on BIG Magic.
Digital world gives actors creative freedom: Asha Negi
Actress Asha Negi will next be seen playing the role of a sophisticated girl in an upcoming web series. She says the digital word has given actors creative freedom.
“The series has a very youthful feel to it which I loved. Plus, I haven’t played such a character in the past — she’s sophisticated yet has the Delhi attitude with a touch of slang. We shot for this in Manali and it was beautiful,” Asha said in a statement.
“Youth has been showing so much interest in web series and actors who are looking for creative freedom and satisfaction have a great platform now with the digital world,” she added.
Param Singh visits Golden Temple
Actor Param Singh, who plays Rangeela in “Ghulaam”, visited the Golden Temple in Amritsar to seek blessings for the success of the TV show.
“I feel blessed after visiting Golden Temple and hope to visit this pious place again. I hope God continues to shower all his blessing on my show ‘Ghulaam’ and we keep getting all the love and recognition from the audience,” Param said in a statement.
He loves Punjab — be it the culture, food, its people or the hospitality.
“I can’t explain my delight on visiting this wonderful city and the warm welcome I got was heartwarming. Additionally, I’m a big foodie. So I tried the famous Amritsari chole kulche and needless to say, it’s to die for,” he added.
Besides Param, the Life OK show also features Riddhima Tewari, Vikkas Manaktala and Niti Taylor.