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Shikha Singh to star in Sasural Simar Ka!

Rashmi Sharma ProductionsSasural Simar Ka aired on Colors has been entertaining the audiences with interesting twists and turns for more than two years now. And now, in the upcoming episodes, gear up for some more drama on the show with a new entry.

Television actress Shikha Singh, popularly known for her powerful performance in Na Aana Is Desh Laado and Phulwa, both aired on Colors, will be seen returning with yet another strong character in Sasural Simar Ka. She will play the role of Meghna Singhania, sister to Shaureya (Rohit Khurana). Her character will be loosely based on businesswomen Tina Ambani. She will be the new antagonist on the show, and the brother-sister pair will have a revenge to seek against the Bharadwaj family. Read more…

I was never a hunk. I can never expect myself to be one, says Kapil Nirmal!

Owing to his well built body and macho looks, actor Kapil Nirmal has gained quite popularity among girls. However, the Veera actor states that he is not aiming to become a small screen hunk.

He said, “I was never a hunk. I can never expect myself to be one. I was a normal simple guy. I just want to be myself and obviously want to do lead characters”. Kapil was recently seen visiting Golden Temple in Amritsar with the cast and crew of Star Plus’ Veera and was mobbed by his female fans. Read more…

I stuck to 26/12 as I really loved the character graph, says Shikha Singh!

TV industry gives immense fame however; sustaining it for long is what the catch is. Once you are out of sight, you tend get out of the mind too. And thus actors working in daily soap pick up any project coming their way so as to remain in the eyes of the fans.

But talented actress Shikha Singh, known for her act in shows like Left Right Left Season 2 and Na Aana Is Des Laado, waited for the right offer. And it did come in the form of Shikha landing with the meaty role of terrorist Shahana in Life OK’s thriller 26/12 (Sphere Origins). Read more…

Luck is most important in showbiz, feels Shresth Kumar!

TV actor Shresth Kumar feels luck is most important in showbiz, and that the film line is risky for everyone. Still, he wants to give films a shot.

He said, “You never know how it will be here (in the industry). Things have to click at the right moment with the right people. It is risky for everyone associated with it, including technicians”. Read more…

Kapil Nirmal joins the cast of Star Plus’ Veera!

The very handsome and suave actor Kapil Nirmal, who rose to fame through Star Plus‘ one of the popular show Raja Ki Ayegi Baraat as Raja Yudhister, is back to the channel.

Last seen in ColorsNa Aana Iss Des Laado, he is not to enter Star’s Veera. Kapil was even a part of Imagine TV’s Pardes Mein Mila Koi Apna. After winning hearts of all with his flawless acts, he will now spread his magic in the Yash Patnaik‘s show. Read more…

Simran Kaur is extremely religious and prays daily!

Punjabi tadka is the flavor on small screen days and there are many faces from there rocking the daily soaps. And Sony TV’s newly launched horror based show Anamika is relishing the flavor both on and off screen.

Interestingly, the show has a Punjabi backdrop and majority of the star cast of the show – Simran Kaur (Anamika, the chudail), Annie Gill (Rano) and Mudit Nayar (Jeet) — are Punjabis and the trio gets along like a house on fire. In fact, the two girls often have fun at the expense of Mudit. Read more…

Playing a witch on television is not an easy thing, says Simran Kaur!

December 14, 2012 Leave a comment

Rendering negative characters on television screen in not everyone’s cup of tea! But for telly actress Simran Kaur it is just her profession to entertain masses, be it by positive roles or negative. She is playing witch in Sony TV’s latest horror based show Anamika.
Simran, who was earlier seen in Na Aana Is Des Laado essaying the protagonist Diya, was offered many roles similar to Diya but as she wanted to play something different and she opted for Anamika. Read more…