Ravi Mahashabde will be part of the &TV show Gudiya Ki Shaadi. Read this exclusive news here at IWMBuzz.com.

Ravi Mahashabde bags &TV show Gudiya Ki Shaadi

Senior National School of Drama actor Ravi Mahashabde has joined the cast of &TV’s upcoming show Gudiya Ki Shaadi. The dramatic comedy show is being produced by Essel Vision.

Earlier, senior actor Daya Shankar Pandey was to play a pivotal role in the show. However last minute changes happened with actor Ravi Mahashabde being roped in for that particular role.

As reported by IWMBuzz.com, Begusaraai fame actor Sartaj Gill will play the male lead in the show.

Newbie actress Sarika Bahroliya will play the female lead in the show.

We at IWMBuzz.com have earlier reported about actors Manmohan Tiwari, Samarth Shandilya being part of the show.

The show will also see Samta Sagar, Sudhir Nema playing pivotal roles.

As per a reliable source, “Ravi will play Gudiya’s father in the show.”

We buzzed actor Ravi Mahashabde but could not get to hear from him.

We reached out to the channel spokesperson but did not get revert.

As we know, Gudiya Ki Shaadi is a drama cum comedy show with a Bundelkhand backdrop. The actors have gone through rigorous training via workshops to get the dialect and characterizations right.

The show will mostly replace Main Bhi Ardhangini which has presently got an extension of few months on &TV.

Gudiya Ki Shaadi is presently going through its first outdoor schedule of shoot in Chanderi.

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Do drop in your thoughts on this particular upcoming show on &TV titled Gudiya Ki Shaadi. Also tell us how you like the cast being roped in for the show.

 

 

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