Acting with one's wife even more exciting: Hiten Tejwani
Acting with one's wife even more exciting: Hiten Tejwani

TV actor Hiten Tejwani is joining the cast of ‘Meri Aashiqui Tumse Hi’, which stars his wife and actress Gauri Pradhan Tejwani. He is “excited” to work with his real life partner in the show.

Gauri plays overtly practical woman in `Meri Aashiqui...`: Ekta

Ekta Kapoor, who is coming up with a new show ‘Meri Aashiqui Tum Se Hi’, which marks the comeback of Gauri Pradhan Tejwani, says the actress will plays a character too practical in life.

Hope to get a show with Hiten very soon: Gauri Pradhan

TV actress Gauri Pradhan, who is all set to make her small screen comeback with `Meri Aashiqui Tumse Hi`, has expressed her desire to work with her actor husband Hiten Tejwani in the near future.

Hiten Tejwani hits the gym for movie role

Actor Hiten Tejwani has always been on the leaner side, but is making an extra effort to play a college student.

Hiten Tejwani to do film with Akshay Kumar

Hiten Tejwani will be seen alongside Bollywood star Akshay Kumar in a movie titled `Its Entertainment`.

Jaya Bhattacharya fights back on `Savdhaan India`

Jaya Bhattacharya will be seen in the new season of `Savdhaan India - 100 days 100 Fightbacks`.

Hiten Tejwani to host new season of `Savdhaan India`

Hiten Tejwani, who has been a part of several hit daily soaps like `Kutumb`, `Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi`, is all set to host crime based show `Savdhaan India`.

Life beyond telly: Actors in alternate businesses

Acting is their passion, but the profession doesn`t guarantee long-term stability.

Life beyond telly: Actors in alternate businesses

Acting is their passion, but the profession doesn`t guarantee long-term stability.

TV stars dazzle at Zee Rishtey Awards

A procession of TV stars led by an elephant, an aerial act and some colourful, energetic performances left the audience in awe at the Zee Rishtey Awards here.

Good times for small screen actors eyeing films: Hiten Tejwani

When Hiten ventured into films in 2003, TV actors hardly worked for the big screen. But thanks to the growing confluence between the two media.