Courtesy : Sharad, Sulagna and Anang's Instagram
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Star Plus’ upcoming show ‘Vidrohi’, produced by Gatha Productions is one of the most talked about and awaited projects on the channel. Actors like Sharad Malhotra, Sulagna Panigrahi and Shilpa Taluskar will be seen playing pivotal roles in the show. We’ve exclusively learned that actor Anang Desai popularly known as the ‘Bapuji’ from Star Plus show ‘Khichdi’ has been roped in to play King of Bondama and lead heroine’s father.
As per reports, the story of the show will be based on the rebellion against the British East India Company in Odisha in the year 1817. The leads in the show will be two princesses and one warrior and the whole concept will be based on the British Era.
India Forums has exclusively learned about an interesting update from the show. Our highly placed sources have informed us about major creative changes in the show. As per our sources, the story of the show was to be revolved around two kingdoms fighting a battle with the British rulers. The lead heroine would belong to Bondama kingdom. The British rulers attack the kingdom and that’s when hero who belong to a neighboring kingdom helps the king of Bondama to fight the war. The king gets mighty impressed with his bravery and decide to get his daughter married to him. A grand wedding ceremony was planned by the makers.
Well, now the buzz is that there will be a major change in the plot as the makers are deciding to not give much limelight to the Bondama kingdom. A highly placed source said, “Well, around five to six episodes on the lines of the initial plot were already shot. However, there has been a few changes in the plot of the show because of which those episodes have been scrapped. The hero and heroine are speculated to have a low key wedding on the show”.
We couldn’t connect with the producer and channel’s spokesperson for the confirmation.
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