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&TV to air new series 'Badho Bahu'

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MUMBAI: &TV is all set to air it’s all new drama series Badho Bahu from September 12, every Monday to Friday at 9.30 PM. Produced by Sunny Side Up films and Hum Tum Telefilms Pvt. Ltd, &TV’s latest offering Badho Bahu, is set against the backdrop of Haryana, known to produce some of the best Indian players across various sports. ‘Hatti-Katti’ Komal who is lovingly called as ‘Badho’ (which means ‘too much’ in Haryanavi) is a spunky yet simple girl who like her size has a very big heart. In her bumbling ways, she lands herself helping most people in her town. While Badho is well known for her bigness, Lucky Singh Ahlawatis the most celebrated wrestler in the town. In what seems like a major celestial controversy, Badho is married to Lucky. What follows next is a sincere effort by Badho to win over her husband… Kyunki Husband and Wife main itnidoori hai, kiab ek love story jaroori hai!

Rytasha Rathore who plays the titular character Komal, aka ‘Badho’ in the show says, “Badho is a character we can all identify with - there is innocence, vulnerability, spunk and a whole myriad of feelings. I'm excited to be playing her because it gives me the chance to do things I wouldn't do otherwise. The show itself has a lot of warmth and heart to it which I hope the audience enjoys and appreciates. It's entertaining while also having a deeper meaning.”

Prince Narula who plays Lakha Singh Ahlawat aka ‘Lucky’ says, “This will be my first attempt at daily soap, so I wanted to take up a show that had unique content which is different from what you see on television these days. I am playing a very challenging character ‘Lucky Singh Ahlawat’ who is a gold medalist wrestler. I have undergone wrestling workshops and followed a strict diet as well. Rytasha and I will be seen as the television’s unconventional couple and I hope the audience appreciates our efforts.”

In addition to the stellar cast of Prince Narula, Rytasha Rathore and Pankaj Dheer the show includes names like Jaya Ojha, Arhaan Khan and Sangeeta Panwar. Shot across the beautiful towns of Haryana, the show also boasts of a great production and enthralling storytelling that will have the audiences enthralled!

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