Rajan Shahi's Sapna Babul Ka.. Bidaai witnesses its first actual ï¿½Bidaaiï¿½, where the protagonist of the show Sadhana (Sara Khan) is all set to bid farewell to her family and step into a whole new world of sacrifices, struggles and heart breaks.
The wedding between Sadhana and Alekh, the schizophrenic son of Vasundhara Rajvansh will be a low-key affair, totally unlike the lavish weddings shown on Television today. The wedding episode will be shown on 25th March and with this, the Rajvansh family gets successful in hiding the fact that the protagonist, Alekh played by Angad Hasija is mentally ill.
Though Sadhana's journey post marriage is still kept a secret, the Telly Buzz team caught up with the new on-screen pair of Angad and Sara to know more on the wedding experience..
Sara Khan, who plays the Dulhann Sadhana sees this whole wedding sequence as a great experience. "I am just 18, and I am playing a 21 year old in the show. It feels great to get all these experiences at such a young age. The whole wedding scenario in the show was so exciting; it's an experience which I cannot express in words".
On the other side, Angad Hasija who plays the groom exclaims, "It feels great. Wearing such heavy clothes is really tiring, but the wedding atmosphere around has really made me spell bound". Talking about the situation in which Alekh gets married, Angad states, "Alekh does not know that he is getting married, and that's the twist, there is a lot more in store that the audience needs to watch out for".
Talking about the hush-hush wedding that the script demanded, Rajan Shahi quoted, "This is the most lavish wedding not in terms of set and decoration, but in terms of emotions and the intensity of the actors. This is first time in television we will see high emotions and intense drama. We shot for 11 days and it is going to be aired in 4 episodes. The shooting was very difficult because for the first time, both the families and all the actors were shooting for 11 days continuously. The wedding sequence though did not have the grandeour expected, was shot in a beautiful mansion and this was actually the most difficult sequence for the production people to shoot. All said and done, I am very happy with the performance of each and every actor and the manner in which the whole sequence has come out".
Reporter: Ranjini Nair
Author: Hiral Anju Bhatt