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    Default Avinash Wadavan, Kamya Punjabi, Parvati Sehgal, Rajesh Balwani enter Doli Armaanon Ki

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    It's time for a five years leap in Zee TV's popular show, Doli Armaanon Ki (Spellbound Productions), and with the passage in time, the story will now introduce a new family into the show, that of Ishaan's (Vibhav Roy).

    Well, you read this first here. The channel has roped in popular names to be part of the show.

    Seasoned actor Avinash Wadhavan will play the NRI dad of Ishaan, while popular actress Kamya Punjabi has been roped in to play Ishaan's mother. Actor Rajesh Balwani will essay Ishaan's uncle (mama).

    Also coming in will be Producer Pearl Grey's find in Mann Ki Awaaz Pratigya, Parvati Sehgal, who played the role of Komal in the show. In Doli, she will play Ishaan's sister.

    A reliable source states, "Avinash will be the strict, disciplined NRI father, who would be positive in nature. Kamya, who recently essayed a negative role in Colors' Beintehaa will for a change don an out and out positive role. Rajesh Balwani will have a comic character to portray, while Parvati will be a rich spoilt brat."

    We hear that Parvati will go on to be Samrat's (Mohit Malik) new love interest as the track will proceed.

    When contacted, Avinash Wadhavan who was last seen in Colors' Balika Vadhu said, "Yes, I am entering Doli Armaanon Ki. However, I cannot get into details at the moment as I am busy."

    Kamya said, "Talks are presently on, but I have not signed anything yet. Having said this, I am looking forward to playing this role."

    We could not get in touch with Parvati and Rajesh though.

    We dropped a text message to the channel spokesperson for a confirmation, but could not get any revert.

    As already written by us, Yash Pandey has been roped in to play Shaurya post leap.

    Get ready for a fresh new drama in Doli Armaanon Ki.


 

 

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