Actress Sareeka Dhillon will now romance Vivian Dsena in Shakti Astitva Ke Ehsaas Kii

The new track is all set to entice the audience


Shakti Astitva Ke Ehsaas Kii is taking new leaps and bounds to keep the audience hooked on to their seats. While the show has had a good grip over the audiences, it's new track is still more exciting. While on one hand Saahil Uppal has been roped in to play the role opposite Rubina Dilaik, we hear that actress Sareeka Dhillon too has been signed to play Harman aka Vivian Dsena's new love interest.

In an interview with The Times of India, Sareeka opened up about her new role and explained how her entry will spark a new love story in the existing track of Shakti. She said that she play the character of Mahi, who is a very positive, shy and polite girl. Harman's parents spot her at a wedding and develop an immediate liking for her. They are looking for someone who can give a happy family life to Harman and Mahi fits the bill according to them. She will be the new girl in Harman's life. The two will soon get married on the show.

Sareeka says that she likes to play such characters, as they offer a great deal of challenge. Imagine the girl is so shy that she uses her eyes to express what she feels. Of course, the character will undergo a transformation, but she is not at liberty to reveal it yet.

Well, we too think that the new twist in the plot will bring a new drive of interest in the viewers. In the show Rubina essays the role of a transgender and has won many accolades for fighting the odds of the society. 

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Rubina Dilaik

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Comments (2)

Thank goodness.get someone better looking more talented.as well as since rubina became famous in this show coz of vivian n not her acting skill.let someone else enjoy some fame.

4 years ago

bakwas bakwas go off air now is time

4 years ago

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