Sahara One and Rajshri Productions' Woh Rehne Waali Mehlon Ki will see the entry of a new actor in the coming days.
According to our source, "Aamir Dalvi has been roped in to play the role of Jeet Khanna, a ghetto gangster."
Says the source, "The present story track focuses on the journey of the four widows Rani (Reena Kapoor), Janki (Bhairavi Raichura), Payal (Neha Desai) and Rajni (Preeti Choudhary). They have auctioned off their palatial home and come to Mumbai to start a new life. However, the life in Mumbai is full of struggles and they are forced to live in the chawl."
Adds the source, "It is in the chawl that Rani encounters Jeet, who is a goonda feared by all. He is infamous as JK Bhai among the slum dwellers. Though kindhearted by nature, Jeet does things in a wrong manner. He harasses Rani, but Rani being a woman of principles does not get bogged down by his acts."
The source further tells us, "Later, Jeet has a change of heart and offers to help Rani but Rani being rooted to her moral ground denies taking any help from him."
"It is expected that as the story moves on Jeet will mend his ways and be a support to the family. Also the four widows will now start earning. Thus a new phase will begin in their lives," tells the source.
Producer Kavita Barjatya confirmed the entry of Aamir Dalvi.
Aamir Dalvi also, agreed to his participation in the show. He says, "My character JK Bhai is a typical mumbai ka tapori. I've always made a conscious decision to do new kind of roles be it Jabb Love Hua, Saathi Re or Jeevan Saathi. For this role, I sport a light stubble and have grown my hair too. I wear these typical silky shirts. I speak with a mumbaiyya dialect. In the beginning I make life hell for the ladies but gradually I become more helpful."
Aamir has started shooting today and his entry will be shown sometime around next week.
Reporter and Author: Srividya Rajesh
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