Gaurav Chopraa: My character in Uttaran is inspired by Rhett Butler from Gone With The Wind
Popular TV show Uttaran recently saw its completion of 1,400 episodes. The star cast of the show was seen interacting with fans in Pune where Gaurav Chopra opened up about his character stating that it is inspired from classic novel Gone With The Wind
Though we had to wait for almost two hours for the actors to arrive at the venue, Gaurav Chopra aka Raghuvendra Pratap Rathore and Mrunal Jain aka Aakash made up for the delay by giving photo ops to fans and a few candid shots to the photographers. Srijita De, who plays Mukta in the serial was the last to join the media interaction. The trio got together for a candid chat.Click here to read more
Should Uttaran go off air?
The show has been on air for the past five years and we hear that it may go off air in January
Uttaran on Colors started off as the story of two kids – one hailing from an affluent background – Tapasya (Rashmi Desai) and the other as the kid of the house help – Ichha (Tina Dutta). Click here to read more
Uttaran: Will Meethi realise Vishnu has tricked her into marriage?
She runs away from home after being tortured by her in-laws, but will Meethi manage to elude them forever?
Colors’ long running show Uttaran is showcasing some major dramatic sequences off late. In the recent episodes, we’ve seen Ichcha (Tina Dutta) and Tapasya (Rashmi Desai Sandhu) being admitted to the hospital in extreme conditions. Click here to read more
Rashmi Desai Sandhu: Uttaran is the first chapter of my life
She is pretty, vivacious and a fabulous dancer. After her first stint in Uttaran, the actor took a long break for her wedding to actor Nandish Sandhu. And then Rashmi came back on the show and is a whole new person now…
Rashmi Desai Sandhu talks about what Uttaran means to her, her equation with Tina Dutta, her love story, life post marriage and plans for the future… Click here to read more
AK Hangal was a master at his work: Amitabh Bachchan
Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan as well as bigwigs from Bollywood remember the veteran actor who passed away on August 26
Veteran film and stage actor AK Hangal, who passed away in Mumbai on August 26, 2012, was cremated at 1pm the same afternoon at the Vile Parle crematorium. His son Vijay performed the last rites. “I am sad at my father’s demise. But what can one say, one has to go,” said Vijay. Amitabh Bachchan wrote on Twitter, “AK Hangal, passes away this morning!! A veteran, a gentleman, a congenial co artist and a master at his work”. Click here to read more