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Meet television’s eeriest supernatural villain – A Tantrik- turned- Rakshas on ‘Qayamat Ki Raat’

Thursday - June 28, 2018 4:56 pm , Category : BHOPAL

Catch Dalljeet Kaur as Karuna Thakur with BB fame Karishma Tanna in Qayamat Ki Raat every Saturday and Sunday at 7 pm on Star Plus

Bhopal, 28th June, 2018: Star Plus has been entertaining families with fresh doze of drama and heart-warming romance for the past few decades. This year, the channel is geared up to bring to you a range of content, the latest offering being with Balaji Telefilms for their new show Qayamat Ki Raat. A fantasy thriller which is high on emotions of romance, lust and vengeance promises to keep the audience at the edge of their seats with its plot twists and high drama. As a complete family entertainer, the show unfolds the story of a young couple who are tested when faced with the power of the tantrik’s curse.



Introducing television’s most unnerving villain, the Tantrik-turned-Rakshas, played by Nirbhay Wadhwa, stands out as a never seen before evil - a demon who lusts for power and immortality and is out to gain vengeance for his death and become invincible on an eventful night. Once his Sar, Haath and Dhad unite the viewers will be in for a bloodcurdling journey with the eeriest monster coming alive on ‘Qayamat Ki Raat’ on Indian television.

The popular television diva, Dalljiet Kaur, who will play the role of Karuna Thakur, will be seen on screen in a bubbly, chirpy avatar, as the elder daughter of Mahendra and Suhasini Thakur. Actors Karishma Tanna and Vivek Dahiya who will be seen as Gauri and Rajwardhan, will be seen delighting the viewers with their unique pair.
Actress Dalljiet Kaur who plays the role of Karuna Thakur in the show was in the city of lakes, Bhopal to talk about the show and why the fantasy thriller genre is her favourite.



Talking about the show, Dalljiet said, “I am very excited about Qayamat Ki Raat.The genre is something which is very new and our first two episodes have already garnered a lot of positive response from the people.I play the role of Karuna who is a responsible and mature girl. Her family is on a hunt for a suitable groom for her, that’s when she meets Aman. They instantly connect and fall in love with each other.”

On her visit to Bhopal, she added, “I am really excited to be in this glorious city of Bhopal. After shooting for this show, I’ve started feeling scared in broad day light so on this visitI wanted to spend sometime at the Birla Temple to seek blessings for my journey in this show. Moreover, the scenic beauty of the lakes and the rich culture of the city have stolen my heart.”
 
Talking about her latest venture, producer Ekta Kapoor says, “Qayamat Ki Raat is a show which presents the story of spine chilling TANTRIK on television. It’s a fresh story about human emotions being tested when faced with supernatural forces. The unexplored folklore of ‘Tantrik Kabhi Martein Nahin’ becomes the terrifying nightmare of the lead couple in this story. The tantrik‘s look itself has been worked upon for months with detailed prosthetics unlike anything else seen on television. The story will keep viewers hooked with a never seen before horrific villain and the unique lead pairing of Karishma Tanna and Vivek Dahiya. I am really looking forward to this exciting partnership with StarPlus to present this gripping story.”

Unveiling the journey of Thakur and Shekhawat families in the backdrop of the state of UP, the show will boast of a stellar cast including Karishma Tanna, Vivek Dahiya, Papia Sengupta, Sumit Bharadwaj among others. This show will also mark the comeback of veteran actor Apara Mehta on StarPlus after more than a decade. - Window To News

 
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