Hiten Tejwani opens up on joining 'Bade Achhe Lagte Hain 2'
Hiten Tejwani roped in to play Ram’s brother Lakhan in Sony TV’s Bade Achhe Lagte Hain 2
Bade Achhe Lagte Hain 2, which airs on Sony Entertainment Television has been an instant hit since the time it started airing! The show has successfully managed to captivate the audience with its fascinating story plot and given rise to television’s new and favourite romantic pair - Ram and Priya, fondly addressed by fans as #RaYa. With the story's progression, the show has roped in well-known television actor Hiten Tejwani, who will be seen essaying the role of Ram’s brother Lakhan.
Both Ram and Lakhan are unaware of each other's existence, it will be interesting to see what happens when Ram and Lakhan come face to face.
Elated to join the show, Hiten Tejwani shares, “Lakhan is Ram’s younger brother and how the story evolves with his entry will only be revealed as the show progresses. However, what I can say is that the role is very interesting and an important one as per the storyline. There is much to his background that will lean into the story arc that is being weaved according to Lakhan's entry in the show. Playing a character who is related to one of television's most iconic characters, Ram, is daunting for sure, but it also puts me up to a unique challenge, that of making my mark in the hearts of the show's loyal fans. I’m thrilled to join hands with my dear friend Ekta once again and would like to thank her for letting me be a part of such marquee shows like Bade Achhe Lagte Hain 2. There is much to offer and much to learn as well, it’s an iconic show that has won millions of hearts. What more can an actor ask for?"
3 months ago
It would be good if Ram and Priya 's characters make graceful exits from the show..and the new storyline brings in soem freshness.
3 months ago
It's good that he will be Ram's brother. This could lead to a new round of the show so that Ram and Priya also come out of it beautifully and together. In that world or this. It would be desirable without death, of course. For example, Ram, Priya and the children go to live abroad. Then, Pihu comes to India, either because after many years her parents are no longer there (that is, they have managed to live happily ever after), or they have remained abroad, we will send her daughter to her uncle and study or work in her homeland, because she is so wanted. This option would be the most ideal, right?