We had earlier reported about Amrit Manthan to breathe its last soon. Reaching its logical conclusion, the show is all set to bid an adieu.
On this great occasion of successful completion of 400 episodes, we got in touch with the female main lead of the show Adaa Khan who is better known as Amrit. Expressing her mixed feelings, she says, "Amrit Manthan has given me some new friends like Karan Mehra, Waseem Mushtaq, Dimple Jhangiani and Angad Hasija. It's very difficult for any show to sustain on Life OK, with Amrit Manthan and Mahadev being the oldest shows on this channel, I'm happy that we completed 400 episodes."
Taking about her journey so far, the actress says, "My dream to work with Rajan sir is fulfilled and I feel really lucky to be given an opportunity to play Amrit. From my first day of shoot up till now, I've grown up as an actor. In fact, I also won an award for the Best performance in a negative role."
To overcome the declining TRPs, the makers also injected a double role sequence to grab more eyeballs. Since Adaa Khan played two contradictory characters at the same time, she says, "Both the characters that I've played - Amrit and Rajjo were equally fun. Adding more to my experience, Rajjo has also taught me the Haryanvi lingo."
Recalling the toughest sequence in Amrit Manthan so far, Adaa says, "I can never forget the scene where I had to jump in the pool from a crane almost a floor high. While I was shooting it, I almost drowned 10 feet deep. It was too scary as I had never dived in a pool earlier. After this incident, I've developed a water phobia and even India-Forums camera was there to capture the pool pictures. After 8 to 10 times the director said action is when I jumped in into the pool."
As today is the last day of shoot, the production house has planned a cake-cutting ceremony at evening with a party too being organised soon for the successful wrap up of the show.