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'Kuzey Guney' to soon air in India (TV Snippets)

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Come December and Turkish show "Kuzey Guney", which narrates the story of two brothers, will head to the Indian small screen via Zindagi channel.

Zindagi channel -- which first brought content from Pakistan to -- will launch the Turkish drama, but the date is not yet confirmed, read a statement.

It stars Kivanc Tatlitug as Kuzey, Bugra Gulsoy as Guney and Oyku Karayel as Cemre Cayak.

Kuzey is bold, spontaneous and aggressive while Guney is calm, patient, level-headed and academically bright. The only thing common between the two is their passionate love for Cayak.

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Classical dancers to be part of 'Chandra-Nandni' wedding sequence

The makers of the TV show "Chandra-Nandni" are planning to fly down classical dancers from Magadh region of central Bihar for an upcoming wedding sequence.

The Star Plus show features Rajat Tokas in the role of Chandragupta Maurya -- who was the founder of the Maurya Empire -- and Shweta Basu Prasad as Nandni.

"The plan is to recreate a wedding like no other, a wedding that will definitely leave the audiences asking for more. The wedding of Chandragupta and Nandni will in the true sense mark the beginning of the main journey of the two," said a source close to the makers.

"There will be a royal sangeet and the dancers are going to be part of it and will be seen performing some traditional music and dance. Their attire too represent the Mauryan era," the source added.

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Sandeep Anand likes to challenge himself

Actor Sandeep Anand, known for TV show "May I Come In Madam?", says he loves doing challenging roles.

"I believe in doing challenging roles and differential. When I had signed up for the show I had never thought that the popularity will reach such great heights," Sandeep said in a statement.

The actor added that he is "over-whelmed with the love and appreciation I have received from audiences and my fans. I have been getting many interesting offers too but I am going slow and waiting for the right opportunities".

--IANS

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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'Kuzey Guney' to soon air in India (TV Snippets)

Come December and Turkish show "Kuzey Guney", which narrates the story of two brothers, will head to the Indian small screen via Zindagi channel.

Come December and Turkish show "Kuzey Guney", which narrates the story of two brothers, will head to the Indian small screen via Zindagi channel.

Zindagi channel -- which first brought content from Pakistan to -- will launch the Turkish drama, but the date is not yet confirmed, read a statement.

It stars Kivanc Tatlitug as Kuzey, Bugra Gulsoy as Guney and Oyku Karayel as Cemre Cayak.

Kuzey is bold, spontaneous and aggressive while Guney is calm, patient, level-headed and academically bright. The only thing common between the two is their passionate love for Cayak.

-*-

Classical dancers to be part of 'Chandra-Nandni' wedding sequence

The makers of the TV show "Chandra-Nandni" are planning to fly down classical dancers from Magadh region of central Bihar for an upcoming wedding sequence.

The Star Plus show features Rajat Tokas in the role of Chandragupta Maurya -- who was the founder of the Maurya Empire -- and Shweta Basu Prasad as Nandni.

"The plan is to recreate a wedding like no other, a wedding that will definitely leave the audiences asking for more. The wedding of Chandragupta and Nandni will in the true sense mark the beginning of the main journey of the two," said a source close to the makers.

"There will be a royal sangeet and the dancers are going to be part of it and will be seen performing some traditional music and dance. Their attire too represent the Mauryan era," the source added.

-*-

Sandeep Anand likes to challenge himself

Actor Sandeep Anand, known for TV show "May I Come In Madam?", says he loves doing challenging roles.

"I believe in doing challenging roles and differential. When I had signed up for the show I had never thought that the popularity will reach such great heights," Sandeep said in a statement.

The actor added that he is "over-whelmed with the love and appreciation I have received from audiences and my fans. I have been getting many interesting offers too but I am going slow and waiting for the right opportunities".

--IANS

sug/nn/dg

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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'Kuzey Guney' to soon air in India (TV Snippets)

Come December and Turkish show "Kuzey Guney", which narrates the story of two brothers, will head to the Indian small screen via Zindagi channel.

Zindagi channel -- which first brought content from Pakistan to -- will launch the Turkish drama, but the date is not yet confirmed, read a statement.

It stars Kivanc Tatlitug as Kuzey, Bugra Gulsoy as Guney and Oyku Karayel as Cemre Cayak.

Kuzey is bold, spontaneous and aggressive while Guney is calm, patient, level-headed and academically bright. The only thing common between the two is their passionate love for Cayak.

-*-

Classical dancers to be part of 'Chandra-Nandni' wedding sequence

The makers of the TV show "Chandra-Nandni" are planning to fly down classical dancers from Magadh region of central Bihar for an upcoming wedding sequence.

The Star Plus show features Rajat Tokas in the role of Chandragupta Maurya -- who was the founder of the Maurya Empire -- and Shweta Basu Prasad as Nandni.

"The plan is to recreate a wedding like no other, a wedding that will definitely leave the audiences asking for more. The wedding of Chandragupta and Nandni will in the true sense mark the beginning of the main journey of the two," said a source close to the makers.

"There will be a royal sangeet and the dancers are going to be part of it and will be seen performing some traditional music and dance. Their attire too represent the Mauryan era," the source added.

-*-

Sandeep Anand likes to challenge himself

Actor Sandeep Anand, known for TV show "May I Come In Madam?", says he loves doing challenging roles.

"I believe in doing challenging roles and differential. When I had signed up for the show I had never thought that the popularity will reach such great heights," Sandeep said in a statement.

The actor added that he is "over-whelmed with the love and appreciation I have received from audiences and my fans. I have been getting many interesting offers too but I am going slow and waiting for the right opportunities".

--IANS

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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