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Actress Sunila Karambelkar has been roped in to play the role of Shakti Devi in TV show "Kaal Bhairav Rahasya".
Talking about her role, she said in a statement: "Shakti Devi has been jailed for 14 years... She possesses the ability to hunt down a solution without getting annoyed or agitated. She is very clever and quick-witted."
"It is an extremely strong character and I am glad to be part of 'Kaal Bhairav Rahasya'," she added.
The show is aired on Star Bharat.
Costume dilemma for Laksh Lalwani
Laksh Lalwani, who is currently shooting for TV show "Porus" in Umbergaon, Gujarat, is facing problems with his heavy costumes while filming war scenes.
The war sequences required a lot of energy and stunts, including horse riding and sword fighting. Laksh's costumes weigh around 16 to 18 kg, and are laced with several ancient jewellery pieces.
"For the war sequences, I have to wear costumes weighing 16 to 18 kgs laced with a lot of jewellery. So, initially it was really challenging to maintain a certain body language for the action sequences while wearing the costumes," Laksh said in a statement.
"I had to work a lot to get it right and to satisfy myself as an artist and everyone involved in the making of 'Porus'. So, a lot of effort is going into rehearsing as we want to not only portray the action sequences effectively but also maintain an authentic look for India's greatest defender Porus," he added.
"Porus" will soon be aired on Sony Entertainment Television.
Pallavi Pradhan's 'risky' fire act
Actress Pallavi Pradhan had to perform a risky fire act for an upcoming episode of TV show "Jiji Maa".
Pallavi, who is seen as Uttaradevi in the show, had to move in a sari which catches fire.
"The scene was such where I didn't have to look panicky or scared as I was unaware of my sari catching fire and needed to look composed and in control to make the scene look believable. It was risky but totally a new experience," Pallavi said in a statement.
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