Ek Bhram Sarvagun Sampanna will see a cute love story kickstart between Ranjeet and Rani. Read details here.

Ek Bhram Sarvagun Sampanna: Ranjeet to anonymously woo Rani

Ek Bhram Sarvagun Sampanna the Star Plus show produced by Dipti Kalwani’s Sunny Side Up has been seeing the tussle between Kabir (Zain Imam) and Pooja (Shrenu Parikh).

Recently, the show has seen the entry of actors Rajendra Chawla and Naveen Pandita. They play father and son. Anupam Chopra essayed by Rajendra works hand in hand with Pooja and heads the textile mills. His son Ranjeet played by Naveen is an MBA who has been called back from abroad by his father to handle his business.

The father wants to take over the business from Pooja and is trying to double cross her.

Meanwhile Anupam wants his son to fall in love with Rani, Pooja’s sister. He has been forcing his son to woo Rani (Tina Philip).

In the coming episodes, their love story will take off in a rather light-hearted way.

Ranjeet will start to impress Rani anonymously and will not come before her.

In a cute scene in Ek Bhram Sarvagun Sampanna, it will be shown that Rani will be coming into her cabin. Ranjeet would be present in her cabin and would have arranged flowers on the blade of the ceiling fan. He would hide behind the furniture and wait for Rani’s reaction.

As per a reliable source, “This cute scene will turn really funny when Ranjeet will try to switch on the fan when he will get an electric shock.”

Will this turn into a cute love story between Ranjeet and Rani in Ek Bhram Sarvagun Sampanna?

We buzzed actors associated with Ek Bhram Sarvagun Sampanna but could not get through for comments.

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