Friday, September 02, 2011
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Tellybuzz was the first to report about Cinevistaas' new show on Star Plus tentatively titled Tum Se Hi. The show portraying a story of two sisters will have Krystal Dsouza and Nia Sharma as leads. We had also exclusively reported about Abhinav Shukla playing one of the male leads in the show.
Well, we now give our readers the news that the show has gotten one more big name in Karan Tacker. Yes, you heard it right! Karan who was last seen in Rang Badalti Odhani will play the major lead in the show. The show will have three male leads in total, and making his debut on television is Kushal Tandon as the third lead.
A little birdie chirps to Tellybuzz, "After Abhinav Shukla, the production house and channel have finalized two more leads for the show. Karan Tacker, the chocolate boy will be the other lead. Apart from Karan Tacker, Kushal Tondon, the winner of Grasim Mr. India 2005 and the guy who has lot many commercial ads to his credit will essay the other lead".
We contacted Kushal Tondon who comments, "I don't want to comment anything on the same right now, because I really do not have any confirmation".
While Karan Tacker refused to comment.
We hear that the promo of the show has been shot and will hit the screens soon..
Get ready to watch the awesome threesome, Abhinav, Karan and Kushal in the show..
Reporter and Author: Tejashree Bhopatkar
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