Reports about Mohnish Behl
no longer being a part of Sony TV
's Kuch Toh Log Kahenge
due to his so-called 'harsh behavior', is making rounds in the media these days. Who would be the next Dr. Ashutosh, is the first question that arises in everyone's mind.
Sticking to the same query we tried to inquire about the same. While on one side names such as Anuj Saxena
, Cezzane Khan
and Anup Soni
pop up, we also hear that Sharad Kelkar
of Saath Phere
fame, recently had a meeting with producer Rajan Shahi
Our source elaborates on the same, "Sharad Kelkar
has had a good rapport with Rajan Shahi
since Saath Phere
, as Rajan was director of that show. Therefore, recently Sharad Kelkar
had a meeting with the producers regarding the role."
If sources are to be believed, then things have worked out well. When contacted, Sharad states, "We have a great rapport, so we had a general talk on the same issue about the role but nothing concrete has come out yet."
Will Sharad Kelkar
don the hat of Dr. Ashutosh or will the production house have to hunt for more? Let's wait and watch!Reporter:Tejashree Bhopatkar
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