Happy Birthday Arjun Bijlani - indya.com
Happy Birthday Arjun Bijlani Via Indya.Com
Cool guy Arjun Bijlani brought in his birthday with family and friends.
Enjoying his break, Arjun was glad to get to spend time with his family
and cutting four cakes.
With chocolate cakes being his favourite,
he was glad to get two of them. Arjun exclaims, "Birthdays are fun.
Today I cut four cakes- two chocolate, one pineapple and one mix fruit.
from my mom, friends and fans. I have been chilling at home with my mom
and brother. In the evening, I plan to go out with friends and family
for a dinner. I am not doing much this year- meaning nothing grand
With his caller tone being, Bhaag DK Bose, his phone
has been ringing non stop. "There have been loads of calls and I have
been on the net checking mails and messages. I thank each and every fan
for their wishes, love and support." Arjun gained popularity with his
role in Left Right Left but it was Mayank in Mile Jab Hum Tum which
turned him into the darling of the masses. He was last seen in Pardes
Mein Mila Koi Apna and is currently looking for a cool role.
Talking about his best birthday gift, he reminisces, "When I was in
school, my dad brought me a red bike. I cherished it. when you want
something and you get it, it becomes ten times more valuable and gives
you that much more joy."
We wish Arjun a very happy birthday and hope to see him on the telly screens soon.
Rati Pandey back with Hitler Didi in ZEE TV Via Indya.com
Rati Pandey, who shot to fame with her bubbly and cute character Nupur
Bhushan from STAR One's Miley Jab Hum Tum, is ready with her new show.
Her fans will see a different side of Rati as she plays a strong,
dynamic character in Zee TV's latest prime time offering Hitler Didi.
Rati speaks with us about her new innings, character and more.
...What urged you to do this show?
The uniqueness of the character & the story line were primary
reasons. I wanted to do something different after Miley Jab Hum Tum. I
had to wait for 9 months to get a good role. I am confident that Hitler
Didi will be loved by audiences.
Tell us something about your character –Hitler Didi?
I play the character of Indira Sharma, who is rather stoic, serious and
has forgotten the joy of living, smiling, dreaming and loving. She
loves her family and is the sole bread earner of her family. But she
hates her father who deserted them to be with another woman. She is
inexpressive and has no tension in life. She is a big problem for her
family which is why they call her Hitler Didi.
How difficult was it to play Indira Sharma?
It was difficult initially but as our shooting proceeded I learnt more
about the character. Being an actor, I want to give a convincing
performance to my audiences. This character can be blank at times but I
have practiced hard to get into the skin of the character and keep a
It is said that your character is inspired by the producer Ila Bedi's character. Is it true?
I think Ila Bedi is very happy with my performance in the show. I don't
know if Hitler didi is based on her life. If it is then it will be easy
for me to patao her (laughs).
Tell us about your shooting experience in Delhi especially in Chandni Chowk.
Bahut hi alag flavour hain Delhi main, and the place where we were
shooting was very shady. It was in a crowded wholesale market. It was my
first outdoor shoot for a daily soap which I enjoyed.
Indira is shown slapping with her chapals. In real life, have you slapped anyone?
Just few days ago, during the shoot of the show in Chandni Chowk, we
were doing touch up on the roads and though there was enough space for
commuters to go, one man came very close to me. I saw him and caught
hold of his collar and said kya hain? & I pushed him.
Sandeep Baswana's tapori role in Hitler Didi - indya.com
Bubbly Rati Pandey IN A serious avatar
The cast and crew of Hitler Didi, a show that's likely to start soon on
Zee TV, had a fun time shooting the show's basic outdoors at Chandni
Chowk in Delhi.
The show was being shot at an actual 'muhalla'
and the neighbours shown in the show are not played by extras, they're
the real residents
of the locality. When the locals found that a show was
being shot around their neighbourhood, they ensured that they treat the
actors and the crew members to biryanis and kebabs everyday for lunch.
couple of households even gave away their personal furniture for a
couple of scenes because the crew was unable to procure the right
furniture for the shoot.
Zee TV, the flagship Hindi general entertainment channel of
Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd (Zeel), is experimenting
with fiction properties even as its top-rated show Pavitra
Rishta is losing eyeballs.
channel is now launching an unconventional fiction show -
Hitler Didi - wherein the protagonist is unlike the other
fiction show leads.
show premieres on 7 November and will air every Monday-Friday
at 8 pm.
TV head of fiction programming Sukesh Motwani said that it
is a bold attempt by the channel to air a show where the female
lead is rude, arrogant and strict. "The show is nothing
like other fiction shows. It is shot in Delhi, the protagonist
is very loud, she shouts and abuses, and also has an attitude
of 'my way or highway'. But the way it is shot and presented,
I hope the viewers will like her," he said.
story revolves around Indira Sharma (played by Rati Pandey),
who is the Hitler didi. Handling the responsibilities of her
family alone, she has lost the interest in living.
is all about learning to be able to smile, dream and love
all over again. It captures Sharma's transition from being
a steely, cold and dry person to someone warm and vulnerable.
The show is positive and light-hearted in its tonality and
the audience will be able to connect with the protagonists
very well," Motwani added.
show is written and produced by Ila Bedi of Trilogy Krikos
channel has planned an aggressive marketing campaign to promote
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