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10-28-2013, 05:43 PM #1
Sonal Parihar to play a distraught mother in Savdhan India's upcoming story
Sonal Parihar, who was seen playing a Punjabi girl who went in search of her dreams in an earlier episodic story of Life OKís Savdhan India produced by Franklin Pictures, will now be seen in an extremely challenging role, that of a mother who longs to have the possession of a kid in an upcoming episodic story of the above popular Life OK show. This particular story will be produced by SaReGaMa Productions.
In the upcoming story, Sonal will be shown to be the distraught mother who will be disturbed after her new-born son will be taken away by another couple. Initially, viewers will see Sonal as a character who will madly want possession of a kid which is shown to be with another family. However, it will be further revealed that the kid is actually Sonalís and has been taken away from her owing to a solid plan made by few people.
This particular story of Savdhan India will be unique and different as this will be the first story to be shown wherein the people who have committed the wrong deed will reconcile and accept their mistake. At the end, they will turn to be better citizens with a positive mind.
When contacted, Sonal confirmed that she is presently shooting for the episodic of Savdhan India. But she did not want to get into details.. Sonal is also seen essaying the role of Jhanvi in Bade Achhe Lagte Hain (Sony Entertainment Television).
Watch this space for more updates.
11-01-2013, 09:52 AM #2
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