The actor apparently has been brought on board to beef up content…

Apurva Agnihotri, the new ‘Prem’ in Sasural Simar Ka?

Sasural Simar Ka, a television show which has its own parallel universe,  thanks to the bizarre to brazen plots that often play out, sadly, as per reports,  might see a closure soon.

From the stables of Rashmi Sharma Productions and airing on Colors, the show is a testimony to the fact that no matter what critics state, when you rate well and audience lap up what you dole out, you smile your way to the coffers.

Having said that, the off air news does find a debatable patch if the story which we are flashing finds the light at the end of the tunnel.

IndianWikiMedia’s highly placed sources have informed that Sasural team has already canned a sizeable bank of episodes and is in no mood to relent in its content push.

We have been told that handsome and veteran Apurva Agnihotri has been sounded off to play the lead role of Prem, paired opposite Simar (Keerti Kelkar).

The prized popular role of Prem was initially played by Shoaib Ibrahim and later went to Dheeraj Dhoopar. With Dheeraj’s exit, Apurva will come to sprinkle his acting magic.

It is to be seen whether Apurva as Prem will manage to pep up affair and imbibe a new lease of life in the otherwise nose-diving endeavour, or his stint will prove to be a culminating cameo.

As per credible sources, “Prem’s track will come to the fore when it will be revealed that Sameer (Rohan Mehra) and his mother, played by Vandana Vithlani would have kept Prem captive. Even if the show is nearing its closure, bringing to life Prem again and ending on a high will make for a great ending.”

Whatever be it, Simar, our sources maintain, will continue to beam till September end (2017).

IndianWikiMedia buzzed Producer Rashmi Sharma, she did not comment. Apurva on his part said, “I haven’t received the confirmation or signed on anything yet..if and when i do will surely let you know (sic).”

Channel spokesperson remained unavailable for a comment.

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