Posts Tagged ‘Kasam Se’

Rakshanda Khan speaks of her favorite actors from the young lot!

February 25, 2013 Leave a comment

Seasoned actress Rakshanda Khan certainly needs no introduction. She has wooed masses with her strong acting skills in shows like, Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi, Jassi Jaisi Koi Nahi, Kasam Se and Devon Ke Dev Mahadev. Indeed she has come a long way on TV.

Having been in town for many years, she is now looking upon the young talent and has her own favorites among the lot. Speaking of the actresses she likes from the present lot, she said, “The newcomers, especially the girls on TV, seem very similar to each other. I feel they are styled and they act, cry very alike. But one actress who has amazed me is Sonarika Bhadoria. She is brilliant as Parvati and she makes everyone believe that she is simply living the role. Thankfully the boys on television somehow seem to be different “. Read more…


Pallavi Subhash is set to take nuptial vows with Marathi star Aniket Vishwasrao!

January 31, 2013 Leave a comment

A Maharashtrian model-turned actor, Pallavi Subhash has acted in nearly a dozen Marathi films, TV serials like Karam Apna Apna and Kasam Se is soon getting married to her long term boy friend Aniket Vishwasrao, who is also a well established actor of Marathi film industry.

The actress who is keeping distance from small screen since a long time is in a steady relationship since 8 years now and finally the couple is all set to take their relationship to the next level. An excited Pallavi shares, “Yes, we are set to marry soon but the date is not yet fixed. Our families will decide on it.” Read more…

Ashwini Kalsekar thinks her character is weird and unpredictable in Afsar Bitiya!

After a dhamakedar entry with her gimcrack and bold look of Sikka Thakuraine, the very talented actress Ashwini Kalsekar is ready is show more through her killing performance in Zee TV’s social drama Afsar Bitiya.

The television industry’s one of the best vamp Ashwini, who is famous for playing Jigyasa in Kasam Se and Sasha in Shanti, says her character is “weird” and “unpredictable” in Afsar Bitiya, where she is performing a bad woman and involving in all illegal activities. She is called Sikka Thakuraine because instead of bindi she wears a sikka (coin) on her forehead. This weird passion stalks from her innate love for money, which makes her accept every possible means to earn it. Read more…

High voltage drama with Ashwini Kalsekar’s entry in Zee TV’s Afsar Bitiya!

Veteran actress Ashwini Kalsekar is a well-known face in both Bollywood and tellywood. She has executed every character outstandingly and terrifically on both the screens. She is best known to television audience for her role as the scheming aunty of Ekta Kapoor’s Kasam Se.

Last seen in her power packed performance in Zee TV’s Hitler Didi, here she is set to be back with the channel in yet another challenging role in Village Boy ProductionsAfsar Bitiya. Wherein, she plays the role of Sikka Thakaurain the lady who is known for all the illegal activities in Bhagampur. Read  more…

Ahsaas Channa to play a crucial role in Colors’ Madhubala!

June 5, 2012 3 comments

Bollywood’s one of the famous child artist Ahsaas Channa has worked in many Hindi-Telugu films. She acted as a boy in movies such as Aryun in My Friend Ganesha, Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehena and Vaastu Shastra. The young celebrity made her television debut with Kasam Se aired on Zee TV.

Ahsaas has recently been a part of episodic shows like Gumrah, Crime Patrol and Savdhaan India and now the chota packet bada dhmaka Ahsaas, is all set to mark her entry in Colors’ latest love story Madhubala…Ek Isqe, Ek Junoon, which has managed to strike the right chords with viewers, thanks to its captivating story line and brilliant performance by all actors. Read more…

Mayank Gandhi to do an episodic in Adaalat!

February 20, 2012 Leave a comment

If you think that TV industry is only focusing at bringing on board fresh faces then let us change this notion of yours with this piece of information that we have got! Read more…