Mumbai, Oct 11 (IANS) Known for her television stint with shows like “Lajwanti” and “Yeh Vaada Raha”, actress Ankitta Sharma is all set to groove this Navratri in a different way.
She will head to Viviana Mall here to sway on Garba beats and play Dandiya Raas with her fans. However, it won’t be a run-of-the-mill Dandiya Raas event as the festivities will be celebrated in a responsible way.
The organisers have put together a soundless garba where garba enthusiasts will be provided with headphones and they can choose to groove on the songs available on various channels.
Excited about the concept, Ankitta said in a statement: “The thought of playing garba in a silent way immediately got me excited and I instantly decided to be a part of this. I was happy to learn the mall is organising such an event for the second consecutive time.
“I look forward to matching steps with my fans and at the same time contribute towards reducing the noise pollution level in the city”
She will visit the venue on Friday.
Madhura excited to join ‘Kasautii Zindagii Kii’
Actress Madhura Naik says her role in “Kasautii Zindagii Kii” will add to its high voltage drama, and she is excited about it.
The StarPlus show is keeping viewers hooked with twists and turns. In the recent episodes, the viewers witnessed that Prerna (Erica Fernandes) is all set to marry Naveen (Sanjay Swaraj) as a sacrifice.
To add to the intense drama, Madhura will be seen entering the show as Naveen’s wife.
She said in a statement: “I started my career with ‘Kahaani Ghar Ghar Ki’ and it feels great to return to the Balaji Telefilms clan after so many years. I used to watch ‘Kasautii Zindagii Kay’ and I am delighted to be a part of the reboot. My role on the show will be very different from my previous roles and adds to the high voltage drama. I am excited to portray this character on the show.”
Madhura will essay a negative role.
Sona Mohapatra upbeat about debut as TV show judge
Singer Sona Mohapatra, who will be a part of “Sa Re Ga Ma Pa”, is looking forward to her foray as a judge on the small screen.
“‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa’ is special for me as I am making my foray into TV as a judge and I am extremely proud to be associated with the most prestigious and definitive singing platform on Indian television. What’s more, I’m proud to be the first woman to be a part of the panel of judges in all these years,” Sona said in a statement.
The talent-based reality show, set to go on air on Zee TV on Saturday, will this time have #MusicSeBaneHum as the core thought. The new season will celebrate music as the one universal language that unites mankind and propels it towards growth.
Sending out a strong message of all-inclusiveness and standing up against discrimination over caste, creed, colour, community, religion and sexuality, “Sa Re Ga Ma Pa” will focus on talent alone.
Sona said: “I am even more happy to be part of a season that transcends cultural and social differences and presents music as a universal language that unites all.”
She will be on the judges panel with Wajid Khan and Shekhar Ravjiani.
“On the judging panel, I will be looking for a combination of passion, authenticity and well-honed craft amongst the participants of the show,” Sona said.