From depicting the chronicles of the notorious ‘Makhan Chor’ to presenting the most incredible war of Hindu mythology for the first time on television, ‘The Mahabharata’, &TV’s magnum opus, Paramavatar Shri Krishna has kept the audience captivated since its’ first episode and has risen to be a stellar entertainer to viewers across age groups ever since. Completing 600 glorious episodes this year, the makers decided to bring forth a small celebration to commemorate the love and popularity that they have received over the last three years.
Joining in the celebration were the new family members of the show, Ssudeep Sahir (Lord Krishna), Hunar Hale (Rukmani) and Daya Shankar Pandey (Sudama) who along with the makers celebrated the new milestone with a cake cutting ceremony.
From making his debut appearance in mythology to now essaying characters of three different lords in the same show, Ssudeep has come a long way in the last few months and could not be more excited to celebrate this occasion. Expressing his joy, Ssudeep shared, “It a proud moment for all of us as we celebrate 600 episodes. Personally, I owe a lot to this show as it has given me a wonderful opportunity to explore different roles. Paramavatar Shri Krishna is my first mythological show and I have learned a lot from portraying a mythological character. It is a completely different experience from the usual character-based roles. I began fresh and with no experience in mythology and today, I can say that not only I have enhanced my acting skills through this show but also have managed to master essaying mythological characters on screen. Each day I am learning and incredibly delighted to be a part of this journey. 600 is just the beginning for us and I think we have a long way to go. Kudos to the entire team on this achievement!”
Commenting on the journey so far, Producers of Peninsula Pictures, Alind Srivastava and Nissar Parvej said, “Our show Paramavatar Shri Krishna has successfully completed 600 episodes today and what better way than the auspicious day of Navratri and Durga Puja to reach this milestone. We are very delighted, and we will continue to bring forth beautiful stories around Lord Krishna and his life. We are glad the audience has accepted our show and we appreciate that. To mark this day, we will be having a cake cutting celebration on our set with the entire cast and crew”
Here’s to a wonderful 600!