The cast of popular comedy show “Bhabhi Ji Ghar Par Hai” celebrated Holi ahead of the festival of colours, with actors Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan.
“It was an amazing experience shooting with Alia and Varun. They both are so sweet and professional that we had a gala time shooting for the Holi track,” Shubhangi Atre, who essays the role of Angoori Bhabhi in the &TV show, said in a statement.
“In fact, we did not just shoot, we actually played a little Holi and brought in the festival not only in our track, but also on the sets of our show,” she added.
Holi will be celebrated on March 13 this year.
Damanpreet Singh dabbles between film, TV show
Child artist Damanpreet Singh is currently dabbling between upcoming historical drama TV show “Sher-E- Punjab: Maharaja Ranjit Singh” and ace comedian and actor Kapil Sharma’s upcoming Punjabi film.
Damanpreet, 14, recently went to Chandigarh when he got two days off from the shoot of “Sher-E- Punjab: Maharaja Ranjit Singh” to finish the last portions of the yet untitled film.
“Yes, I am doing the show ‘Maharaja Ranjit Singh’ along with the movie, which is produced by my favourite comedian Kapil Sharma. Just when I got little time off from the show, I flew to Chandigarh for the shoot of the movie,” Damanpreet said in a statement.
“I was offered the show in the middle of my film. Hence, one last portion of the film was remaining. It is because of Kapil Sharma that I could do both. So when I got two days off from the show, I immediately flew to Chandigarh to finish the film,” he added.
Damanpreet will be seen playing the title role in “Sher-E- Punjab: Maharaja Ranjit Singh”, which will be aired on Life OK starting from March 20.
Sameer Arora, Shamata Anchan bond over tea
Actors Shamata Anchan and Sameer Arora, who are currently seen as Myra and Kabir in TV show “Bin Kuch Kahe”, often spend time with the crew over tea while shooting in Jaipur.
“Though I prefer my green tea most of the time, the tea stall is our favourite spot and a cup of refreshing tea is just what one needs between our shots,” Shamata said in a statement.
“We all have been here together for a long time now and we have spoken our hearts out and bonded over innumerable cups of tea. Tea has been our stress-buster amidst all the work,” she added.
Sameer said: “The tea stall just outside our sets has been our saviour and we invariably find ourselves rushing to it for a cuppa once we call it a wrap. We often talk about upcoming films to watch together, restaurants to visit in Jaipur, how much we all miss our families.”
“Bin Kuch Kahe” is aired on Zee TV.