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    Default Aryamann Seth to enter Colors' Sasural Simar Ka

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    The good-looking actor Aryamann Seth who swears by his acting versatility and has proved it by his diverse volume of work will soon be joining the cast of the Colors popular show Sasural Simar Ka, produced by Rashmi Sharma Productions.

    Aryamann has earlier been seen as the main negative lead Devang in Sahara One’s Niyati. He was also seen essaying a Sikh character with gusto in Imagine’s Preeto. The actor was also praised for his exceptional work as Vichitraveerya in Swastik Productions’ Mahabharat on Star Plus.

    Presently he is seen in Devon Ke Dev.. Mahadev as Chandradev.

    Aryamann has also shot for two movies which are yet to release.

    In Sasural Simar Ka, Aryamann has been brought in to essay the role of Sankalp Bharadwaj from now on. Viewers would know that this character was earlier being essayed by Abhishek Sharma, who is not a part of the show anymore. Thus, Aryamann will get to play Simar’s (Dipika Samson) loveable ‘devar’ and the family’s obedient son.

    Sankalp’s character will be brought in when the guy who lives abroad would get to know of his family being kidnapped. He will be shown making his comeback after the Bharadwaj family would have been freed from the house in which they had been trapped by Meghna Singhania (Shikha Singh).

    As per the storyline, the Bharadwaj family will be at Sonia Oberoi’s (Shalini Sahuta) mansion as their own house would be filled with poisonous gas. Mataji (Jayati Bhatia) will propose to take her family to a hotel till things get better, but Sonia being the good Samaritan will force them to stay at her place for few days.

    Sankalp will be shown coming to Sonia’s house to reunite with his family.

    Sankalp’s re-entry sequence will go on air very soon.

    When contacted, Aryamann said, “I am happy to be a part of Sasural Simar Ka family. All accepted me well and I too accepted them as an integral part of my life. Professionally, I am just taking baby steps, learning the nuances of my craft.”

    Watch this space for more updates.


 

 

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