Savi Thakur talks about his new show Guddan Tumse Na Ho Payega

It’s not easy to accept a new hero but I would want audiences to wait and watch: Guddan Tumse Na Ho Payega new lead Savi Thakur

Handsome hunk Savi Thakur, who entertained audiences in Namah, is all set to enter Zee TV’s show Guddan Tumse Na Ho Payega post leap.

The show is all set to witness a 20-year-leap in the upcoming episodes of the show which showcases the tragic death of Akshat and Guddan as they attempt to save their only daughter. Post the leap, Durga Bahu (Shweta Mahadik) will be seen taking over Guddan’s responsibility of raising Choti Guddan.

The young star Savi will play the new lead Agastya Birla in the show opposite Kanika Mann. Taking about being part of the show, he says, “I am very glad and excited to be a part of Guddan. I think the entire story of the show post leap will be interesting and will hook audiences. The character I am playing is very interesting and I am sure they will love the new avatar of the show.

Is there any pressure on you? He shares, “When you start shooting for a new show there is always pressure. I also feel the same, having said that I also getting comfortable by each passing day. Now, it is fun to be on set. I am enjoying my character and I hope audiences love it too.”

When asked about his bond with co-star Kanika, he adds, “She is a nice girl and is very good with her work. Kanika is a good actress and I feel comfortable shooting with her and the entire family. We have all bonded really well. I have already worked with the same production house so I knew few people from the crew team hence so far it has been good.”

On an end note, Savi says, “I know it’s not easy to accept a new hero and new couple in a show post leap. I am already getting to hear a lot of things on social media. However, I would just say that wait and watch the show as you will love the character.”

Good luck Savi!

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