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    Default Firdaus Mevawala, Nayan Bhatt, Sonal Parihar and Kunal Bakshi in Savdhan India

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    The next story of Life OKs Savdhan India, produced by Idea Hub will narrate the gruesome incident that would happen in a very happy and well-knit family consisting of an aged father, mother and their son.

    Playing the highly spirited, fun-loving character of the father will be veteran actor Firdaus Mevawala. Nayan Bhatt will essay the role of his wife while Kunal Bakshi will play their son Jitesh Shah. The elderly couple will have a young girl as paying guest in their house, and soon the girl will fall in love with their son. Sonal Parihar will play the role of Nisha, the paying guest. With the younger couple in love, the guys parents would be extremely happy to wed their son to the girl living in their house.

    However, one fine day, the family will be shocked to see the dead body of Mr. Shah (Firdaus) in the house. Someone would have cut his throat, entered the house and looted all the money and valuables.

    Soon, the police will start investigating the case. And the first suspect would be Mrs. Shahs younger brother, played by noted actor Harjeet Singh Walia who would be a gambler. However, the story will see a very shocking climax, is what we hear.

    When contacted, Sonal told us, This is a very interesting role. I play a sweet and cute paying guest who lives with an elderly couple. The girl will soon fall for their son, and they will be about to get married when the unexpected would happen.

    Kunal Bakshi said, I play the very loving son who is also very much in love with the girl living with his parents. This is a nice role, and the guy is positive.

    We tried calling Firdaus and Nayan Bhatt, but they remained unavailable.

    This story will be aired soon on Savdhan India.



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