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Simran Kaur excited about TV debut with 'Agnifera' (TV Snippets)

IANS  |  Mumbai 

Simran Kaur - the voice behind Nobita Noby from cartoon series "Doraemon" - will be making her television debut with the show "Agnifera".

"Agnifera" is a story of two brides and one groom entangled in a marital quandary.

Essaying one of the brides named Srishti, her character is of a smart and intelligent middle class girl who is in the final year of studying law.

Simran has been researching on the body language of lawyers through online videos and reading up their connotations.

"When I was told that I have to play a lawyer's role it really excited me and hence to understand everything about the profession I thought it would be only fair to read up on the subject," Simran said in a statement.

She added: "It has been just two weeks since I have started my homework and I am hoping to learn as much as I can."

The show will go on air on &TV from Monday.

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When Sameer Arora was rushed to hospital

Actor Sameer Arora, who plays the lead protagonist Kabir in the show "Bin Kuch Kahe", was rushed to a hospital on account of low blood pressure (BP). He says health comes first and one must tend to it.

The incident happened when the actor returned to Jaipur, where the show is being shot, after a visit to his hometown Nainital.

"I was down with high fever and almost fainted when a crew member from the production house fed me some sugar, chocolate syrup, and lime juice. Finally, I gained some energy and finished my close up shots. But later, again, I felt dizzy and was admitted to hospital where doctor decided to put me on a glucose drip," Sameer said in a statement.

He added: "Within a short while, I felt better and decided not to wait as long as the doctor had prescribed and reached the sets to continue shooting. I finished all my scenes for the day because I know what a unit goes through when actors go missing. Health comes first and I did tend to it, but I was not about to let my show suffer either."

The show is aired on Zee TV.

--IANS

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