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Garima takes cue from Lalita Pawar (TV Snippets)

IANS  |  Mumbai 

says she follows the late Lalita for her show "Nimki Mukhiya".

"My character was kind and funny in the show. But now I have to play a 'sasu ma' with grey shades. So I started watching Lalita Pawarji. Her roles were iconic and watching her helps me to act better and give amazing facial expressions," Garima said in a statement.

"Nimki Mukhiya" airs on Star Bharat.


Sara finds perfect spot for shoppers

Sara Khan, who is shooting in for a music video, finds the city perfect for shoppers.

"is rich in history and culture. The bustling bazaars of Jaipur are famous for jewellery, fabric and shoes. They are perfect for shoppers," Sara said in a statement.

On the work front, she is currently part of the TV show "Shakti - Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki".


wishes to have partner like Lord Shiva

Actress Akanksha Puri, who plays Goddess Parvati in a show, says she is not sure about getting a partner with qualities of Lord Shiva but she wishes to have one.

In the Sony Entertainment show "Vighnaharta Ganesh", the audience will get to watch the wedding sequence featuring the characters of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati.

On finding an ideal match, Akanksha said in a statement: "My family is a strong believer in Lord Shiva. My mother wishes for me to a have life partner like him. I keep fast and do 'pooja' for my family. I don't know if I will get a partner like Lord Shiva or not, but I definitely wish for one."

Meanwhile, Vinit Kakar, who plays an 'asura' in the mythological show, is happy to see his character turning positive.

"We are shooting for a fight sequence between me as an 'asura' and Lord Shiva. The good will win over bad. And soon after he defeats me. He will make me a 'shivgan' as I'll also realise my mistakes and will wish to be on the good path.

"I'm happy that my character is turning positive, and it's my birth month. So, the environment will be all good and positive," Vinit said in a statement.



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First Published: Fri, February 09 2018. 14:00 IST