Ankit Gera to play NRI in ‘Agnifera’ (TV Snippets)
Mumbai, March 8 (IANS) Actor Ankit Gera, best known for his roles in shows like “Mann Kee Awaaz Pratigya”, “Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke” and “Santoshi Maa”, has been roped in to play a Non-Resident Indian (NRI) in the upcoming TV show “Agnifera”.
“Agnifera” will tell the story of two starkly opposite female protagonists — a lawmaker and a lawbreaker. And Ankit will be seen as Anurag.
“The concept of ‘Agnifera’ is quite unusual from what we have seen on television so far. Also the fact that I will have two women vying for my attention. That’s why I agreed to do the show,” Ankit said in a statement.
“I play the role of Anurag, who is an MBA, from London. Having studied abroad, he is very sophisticated and smart. He is extremely pampered by his family and is also very impulsive with his decisions. He is stubborn by nature and used to having his own way in most situations,” he added.
The show will be aired on &TV starting from March 20.
‘May I Come in Madam?’ completes one year
Popular comedy show “May I Come in Madam?”, starring Sandeep Anand, Nehha Pendse and Sapna Sikarwar, has completed one year since it went on air.
The Life OK show completed a year on Tuesday.
The sitcom showcases the life of Sajan (Sandeep), who is married to Sapna (Karishma) and has a secret crush on his boss Sanjana (Nehha). The story revolves around how Sajan manages to balance both his wife and his madam boss.
“I’m very elated that the show has completed a year. I’m really happy audiences have liked the show and the characters. I just hope audiences keep showering the show with same kind of love and blessings,” Sandeep said in a statement.
Sharing her thoughts, Nehha said: “This journey has been really great, we had a lot of ups and downs. To complete one year has not been an easy task.”
Jay Bhanushali replaces Sugandha Mishra on TV show
Actor Jay Bhanushali has replaced comedienne Sugandha Mishra as the host of popular singing reality show “The Voice India Season 2” for its upcoming finale episode.
Sugandha, who co-hosted the show alongside Gunjan Utreja, will be travelling abroad during the time of the finale episode.
The makers of the show decided to extend it by a week. Since Sugandha had prior commitment on the specific date, the makers roped in Jay as Sugandha’s replacement.
“I will be in Australia during the grand finale of ‘The Voice India’. It had been decided long back that we would shoot the finale on March 5, but unfortunately it has been pushed by one week to March 12. I won’t be there and hence will immensely miss it,” Sugandha said in a statement.
Now the finale episode will be co-hosted by Jay and Gunjan.