Ravi Dubey and Nia Sharma are coming back together after years and will reprise their role of Siddharth and Roshni for the web series titled Jamai Raja 2.0. The show has created a hype already as fans of 'SidNi' were eager to watch their favourite jodi onscreen again. This time it's going to be a big drama-thriller with a lot of suspense and intimate sequences. For a scene, Ravi had to Kiss Nia, but Ravi who is devoted to his wife Sargun Mehta wasn't really comfortable on to do it. It is the first time that Ravi would be seen kissing some and hence the Jamai Raja 2.0 actor thought he should inform his wife.
"In 15 years of my career, I have never kissed a co-actor on screen and it was tough. I had huge reservations and inhibitions about it. I was so nervous the day we shot for it. In real life, Sargun never shies away from anything. I did tell her about the kissing scene and she said, ‘Why are you running it by me?’ She was supportive of me doing the scenes." A report in Hindustan Times read.
Ravi even told about the scene to his and Sargun's mother. "I told my mother and mother-in-law as well that the show has kissing scenes."He went on to praise Nia as well, "I have to give credit to my co-star Nia, who made me comfortable. Her work ethic and the way she went ahead with it was commendable. Now, when I see the trailer, I realise it doesn’t make you uncomfortable, but adds to the story." the report further read.
View this post on Instagram
Meanwhile, in an interview with Zee Media, Ravi was asked if he got nostalgic on the sets, shooting with Nia, Achint Kaur, and others, the actor said, "Absolutely. Jamai Raja was a brand which was a complete game-changer in my life. Especially in times when content-generators used to have faith in only female-driven shows, Zee TV and Viniyard went that extra mile to show that something like Jamai Raja can also work. It became a pioneer for many different shows to come out later. Everybody who was associated with Jamai in whatever capacity benefitted from it. Not just the actors, but directors and all, they all evolved. When it was launched, it was pan-India number 1 show, even the reruns were number 1. There was constant respect and regard for the show. It launched back in 2014 but even after all these years, it continues to get me respect and honour."
For more scoops and updates, stay tuned to BollywoodLife.
Stay tuned to BollywoodLife for the latest scoops and updates from Bollywood, Hollywood, South, TV and Web-Series.
Click to join us on Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and Instagram. Also follow us on Facebook Messenger for latest updates.