There is no mystery that Siddharth Nigam and Avneet Kaur are one of the most respected couples on Indian TV today. In any case, their on-screen chemistry is something that is cherished by many. Siddharth Nigam and Avneet Kaur (former Yasmine) have given us sheer friendship goals through their grand presentation in the show, Aladdin.
Even though Avneet Kaur left the show, Aladdin-Naam Toh Suna Hoga for the ongoing pandemic, their pair is something we can’t help but still talk about! Their bond and friendship have always inspired us and have given us strong friendship goals! We recently came across an article on India Forums, where we got to know how Avneet Kaur and Siddharth Nigam met for the first time. It was a great read, indeed! Here is the interview, read below!
In an interview, when asked when the duo first met, Avneet said, “Before Aladdin: Naam Toh Suna Hoga happened; we knew we both existed in the industry but we never really got to know each other. Though we had done some projects previously and had met during some reality shows our real rapport was built on the sets of Aladdin: Naam Toh Suna Hoga.”
To the above, Siddharth Nigam added and said, “I remember my mother telling me that I’d be happy to know my co-star and when I saw Avneet’s name I was simply smiling. We both didn’t know we would end up being such great friends and the kind of importance we both hold in each other’s life.”
Avneet also mentioned their friendship saying, “We are best friends first then co-stars and once we are off the sets, we enjoy going for movies and working towards our different projects while having fun at all times. I trust Siddharth and I am really comfortable around him, whether on the sets or otherwise. Even the first time I met him; he came off as a complete ‘accha baccha’.”
Siddharth Nigam praised Avneet and said, “Avneet is one of the most genuine persons I have ever met and I’m glad we got a chance to work together. ‘Masti at all times’ is what defines our friendship. The only time we talk about our work is when we have to do any intimate sequence together to be on the same page and to ensure that we both are ready to enact the sequence with utmost comfort.”