Reena Kapoor back on telly with Zee TV’s `Aur…Pyaar Ho Gaya`
Last Updated: Friday, November 29, 2013, 19:07
  
Reena Kapoor back on telly with Zee TV’s 'Aur…Pyaar Ho Gaya'

Mumbai: Reena Kapoor back on telly with Zee TV’s `Aur…Pyaar Ho Gaya`. Produced by Rajan Shahi, the show is a young love story set in the bustling city of Jaipur



Viewers adored her when she played the role of Rani in Rajshri Production`s longest running show Woh Rehne Waali Mehlon Ki. The beautiful and talented Reena Kapoor who became a household name with the show will be now seen in a pivotal role in Zee TV’s soon to launch prime time drama, `Aur…Pyaar Ho Gaya`. The show will see Reena at her elegant best adorning beautiful designer sarees and ornaments.

Said Reena, “I feel fortunate to have landed up with such a wonderful character in a Rajan Shahi show. My character Bhawna is etched very thoughtfully and many middle aged women of our country especially who have grown-up children will resonate with her feelings and sentiments. She is the kind of woman who turns a house into a home. She is the one who keeps the family glued together and maintains the bond between all its members. She shares a friend-like equation with her daughter who is just stepping into her youth. The story is simple and sweet…the set-up is grand.. and the cast is beautiful. There aren’t any of those forced twists and turns. What more could I ask for??”

Producer Rajan Shahi said, “`Aur…Pyaar Ho Gaya` is a look into the life of a young girl who leads a protected life in the city of Jaipur. She is bound by the rule book that her highly traditional family has laid down for her. The story captures the journey of this girl who transcends the boundaries set for her and begins to experience life in all its glory. We’re glad that an accomplished actress like Reena accepted our offer and agreed to be a part of the show. The strength of Reena’s character is the backbone of the show.”

The show is slated to hit the screens in the New year.


First Published: Friday, November 29, 2013, 19:07



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