Mumbai – Actors Ankit Gera and Yukti Kapoor, who are seen as Anurag and Ragini in “Agnifera”, will be seen recreating Sanjay Dutt and Nagma’s popular 1990’s song “Aakhir tumhe aana hai” from their film “Yalgaar”, in the TV show.
“The song is one of my favourites, and I play it whenever I am strumming the guitar. Shooting for the song had its challenges but it was also a lot of fun. The chemistry between both Anurag and Ragini is being appreciated by the audiences and it is heart-warming to receive the love of our fans,” Ankit said in a statement.
Yukti said: “It was a dream come true moment for me to be able to shoot a rain song. I think for an actress a rain song is one of those must do’s. I thoroughly enjoyed shooting for the song.”
She added: “I was rehearing for the song and had removed my footwear for more comfort, I didn’t realise that there were open wires in the grass and stepped on one twice! The third time I happened to lean on a pole for support and that was when I got a really bad shock.”
“Agnifera” is aired on &TV.
Child artist Ishant Bhanushali has been roped in to portray Lord Hanuman in the mythological TV show “Chakradhari Ajaya Krishna”. He says people still recognise him as Lord Hanuman after his previous “Sankat Mochan Mahabali Hanumaan” show.
Ishant, who played the title role in “Sankat Mochan Mahabali Hanumaan”, will be donning the same avatar in “Chakradhari Ajaya Krishna”.
“The character of Hanuman is very close to my heart. People still recognise me as Lord Hanuman wherever I go and I am glad I got to play this role again,” Ishant said in a statement.
“Chakradhari Ajaya Krishna”, which also features Rushiraj Pawar, is aired on BIG Magic.