Actress Chhavi Pandey, who is currently seen as Namrata in TV show "Kaal Bhairav Rahasya", says she always dreamt of becoming a singer, but is satisfied with her acting career.
"I had dreamt of becoming a singer and have participated in singing reality shows. But, I am extremely happy where I am today as things worked out for better," Chhavi said in a statement.
"I am still passionate about singing and whenever I have time in hand, I sit down and do my Riyaz. Singing gives me happiness. My near and dear once always ask me to entertain them with my singing talent whenever I am around them," she added.
"Kaal Bhairav Rahasya", aired on Star Bharat, is based on the fictitious village of Siddhpur. It narrates a mysterious tale of an ancient temple.
Need to ease out FIR lodging process: Saumya Tandon
Actress Saumya Tandon will next be seen donning a police officer's dress in popular comedy show "Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hai". She says if she was a police officer in real life, she would have eased the process of lodging an FIR.
"First and the most important thing that I would do is figure out ways to improve women security there by educating even the police officers how to deal with women who are victim of rape, molestation cases," Saumya said in a statement.
"I think we need to work towards making the entire process of lodging FIR easy. I would want to make police more approachable and penalise corrupt police officers.
"Lastly, I would like to give bonus linked salary structure which awards hardworking and efficient officers, so that they are incentivised to do good work," she added.
"Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hai" is aired on &TV.
Maninder Singh spies co-stars on set
Actor Maninder Singh says he likes to spy on the entire cast and crew of TV show "Kya Haal, Mr. Paanchal?" by taking photographs and making videos
"Since we have such a hectic schedule a little of prank helps to relieve the load and work pressure. So I always try to do fun things with my co-actors and crew members. I always try to do certain things which tease the attention around.
Before taking a nap everybody will try figuring out whether, Maninder's camera is following them or not because I keep making their funny videos," Maninder said in a statement.
"Everyone enjoys the fun and pranks happening around as a little dose of madness is good for everyone. They have given me the tittle of 'Mr. Prankster'. I really have fun with the entire cast and crew and we are like a family," he added.
"Kya Haal, Mr. Paanchal?" is aired on Star Bharat.
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