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Pranay Pachauri's best wrap-up party (TV Snippets)

IANS  |  Mumbai 

says he had the best wrap-up party ever with his "Bro" co-stars.

"Bro" is based on true friendship and "bromance". It features Prabal Punjabi, and

"Our vanity van could accommodate only two people, but the entire team barged into the van. We put on some good music, switched off the lights and used our phone lights to set the mood for a party," Pranay said in a statement.

"We had a great time by converting our vanity van into probably the smallest club on wheels in the world. But after working so hard it was an amazing stress-buster. I like to call it our small 'Vanity Affair'. It was the smallest and the best party I ever had."

The last episode of the show was aired on Friday across bindass' linear and digital platforms.

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Was expected to do roles like Rajpal Yadav: Ishtiyak Khan

says he was compared with due to his short height when he entered showbiz.

The has featured in films like "Fukrey Returns", "Tamasha" and "Anarkali of Arrah". He is currently seen as Putan in Plus show "Har Shaakh Pe Ullu Baithaa Hai".

"I had to struggle a lot in the initial years since I hailed from a small town in Not only that... because I am short, people always compared me to Rajpal Yadav," Ishtiyak said.

"I was expected to do roles like him since he had already made his mark in the industry. But I wanted to be different and leave my own legacy for the world to see," he added.

Ishtiyak believes that through the show he can showcase his versatility and set a benchmark for himself.

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Ojaswi Aroraa bonds with Kanchan Gupta

Ojaswi Aroraa says she enjoys spending time with Kanchan Gupta, who essays the role of her mother-in-law in TV show "Kya Haal Mr. Paanchal?".

"Kanchanji and I share something special. My mother doesn't stay in but spending time with her I feel I am at home. I call her my wonder woman because she is strong and very loving," Ojaswi said in a statement.

"From eating lunch together to getting a motherly hug when needed, from rehearsing lines to having a ball while shooting, she has become an integral part of my shoot life.

"Our off-screen chemistry is as adorable and fun as our on-screen hilarious fights. Irrespective of all odds, we are friends," added the actress, who plays role of Pari in the Bharat show.

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First Published: Mon, February 12 2018. 16:42 IST
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