" Doli Armaanon Ki, which airs on Zee TV, is currently showing Urmi fighting the rape case of her son Shaurya's colleague Diya (Neha Sargam). "
Mumbai, Aug 25 - Actor Aditya Kapadia, best known for his roles in shows like Just Mohabbat, Shaka Laka Boom Boom and Bade Achhe Lagte Hain, will next be seen in Suryaputra Karn.

Aditya will appear in the mythological show after it will take a leap of 10 years. Shon is the son of Radha (Mouli Ganguly) and Adhirath (Anand Suryavanshi).

I'm thrilled to be part of 'Suryaputra Karn'. It's great to be part of the period drama as it's very different from other fiction shows. I am having a gala time shooting with the cast. I shot for an elaborate sequence with Mouli and we hit it off instantly so it's been a great experience so far, Aditya said in a statement.

The show, which is aired on Sony Entertainment Television, is based on the life of Karn, the mythological character of Hindu epic Mahabharata.

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Gaurav Chopra to play superstar's role in TV show

After showcasing his versatility with his roles in shows like Left Right Left, Adaalat, Sadda Haq and Uttaran, actor Gaurav Chopra will next be seen playing the character of a superstar in TV show Doli Armaanon Ki.

Gaurav will essay the role of Akash Kumar, who will enter Urmi's (Manasi Salvi) household with an agenda.

Akash is a superstar in his mid-40s. He is going through a troubled marriage but projects the image of having the most perfect married life in the media. He has seen a downfall in his popularity and stardom in the last few years and is desperate now to reclaim his lost fame, Gaurav said in a statement.

My look is quite stylish and draws inspiration from the popular film stars of today's times, he added.

Doli Armaanon Ki, which airs on Zee TV, is currently showing Urmi fighting the rape case of her son Shaurya's colleague Diya (Neha Sargam).

She is leaving no stone unturned to get Diya the justice she deserves and has collected all the evidence against the rapists.


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