Actor Rajev Paul says his late parents blessings got him a chance to be a part of new TV show "Jiji Maa".
"When I got a call for this show in March 2017 this year, not many know, but I had lost my father Colonel Jogendra Singh Paul on December 26, 2016. So, I was not even in Mumbai for a couple of months. I was in an emotional turmoil as just two years back, we had lost our mother due to cancer," Rajeev said in a statement.
"So, it was not in most trying times when I was certainly not looking for work, neither expected anything nor was I at my best. So, I reluctantly went for the meeting and I was not surprised but shocked when I got this final offer. I guess it's my parents' blessings that got me this role," he added.
"Jiji Maa" also features Tanvi Dogra, Bhavika Sharma and Pallavi Pradhan.
Age just a number for Rita Bhaduri
Veteran actress Rita Bhaduri, 65, who has been a part of the Indian entertainment industry for over three decades, says growing older doesn't make a difference to her.
"Old is beautiful. If you feel beautiful, you can do anything you want, age will not matter. An actor can't stop acting," Rita said in a statement.
She is currently seen as Imarti Devi (Daadi) in TV show "Nimki Mukhiya".
"'Nimki Mukhiya' is a great show and the role of Imarti Devi comes as a challenge to me. And I love to accept them as they come my way. Having the grasp of the language is a task. Over and about it's an interesting role," she said.
"Nimki Mukhiya" is aired on Star Bharat.
SRK is my crush: Astha Agarwal
Actress Astha Agarwal, best known for her role of Prathna in TV show "Kya Haal Mr. Paanchal", had a fan moment when she got to fulfil her life dream and met Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan. She says she has a crush on the actor.
Astha was on the set when she got to know that Shah Rukh was at the same studio for his personal shoot.
"Shah Rukh Khan is my crush and I have always dreamt about meeting him. When I got to know about him being at the same studio, I got so excited that I use to go out after every break for his one glance," Astha said in a statement.
"I am a big fan of his and never miss a chance to watch his films. He is so humble that when I went to him and asked for a picture he said 'yes'. I so love him and now my next wish is to work with him," she added.
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