Mumbai, Dec 23: Small screen actress Sakshi Tanwar will be seen opening the premiere episode of new thriller drama "Main Na Bhoolungi".
Sakshi, currently seen in "Bade Acche Lagte Hain", is impressed with the concept and is pleased to start it as a narrator, said a statement.
"Main Na Bhoolungi" revolves around Shikha, essayed by Aishwarya Sakhuja, and Sameer, played by Vikas Manaktala, who get married through a matrimonial website. The show is a glimpse of a woman's fight against deceit and betrayal.
The show will go on air Monday on Sony Entertainment Television.
Pravesh Rana confident of 'Shaadi Mein Atyachaar'
Model-turned-actor Pravesh Rana is confident that the audience will appreciate "Shaadi Mein Atyachaar" as much as they did "Emotional Ataychaar".
With focus on betrayal in marriage, "Shaadi Mein Atyachaar" is a four-episode special that comes on Bindass.
"Having dealt with brave young people for so many years, I too have evolved as a better human being. I am sure 'Shaadi Mein Atyachaar' will be equally appreciated and loved by the youth like the earlier seasons of 'Emotional Atyachaar'," Pravesh said in statement.
"Shaadi Mein Atyachaar" shows the stories of women who braved their difficult circumstances and came forward to tell their stories, which can inspire many others.
Daily soaps? Not my choice, says Tarun Khanna
Actor Tarun Khanna says he is not game for typical daily soaps and that he will do them just for monetary gains.
Earlier seen as Ravan in mythological show "Devon Ke Dev Mahadev", he features as Balram in "Mahabharat".
Asked when the audience will see him in a daily soap again, he said: "I seriously hate doing typical daily soaps...They are stupid and badly written. According to them, any woman, who is slightly good looking and modern, is a vamp and every good-looking woman can play a heroine. The same goes for guys, barring a few instances."
"I don't share those sensibilities, so I won't be comfortable doing them, but then money makes the world go round, so for money, yes, I will do daily soaps too," added the actor who was seen in "Kituu Sabb Jaantii Hai".
Tarun will next be seen as an antagonist in new fiction show "Rangrasiya", an intense love story between a village girl and a paramilitary force officer.
Talking about his character, he said: "This is the first time people will see me doing a character which is not very urban or English speaking. So far, I got the roles that required me to either be a foreign returned, tough looking guy or a king."
"This time I will be seen in colourful clothes and my language will shock people as I have never spoken in such a pure dialect," he added.