Kangana to be the first youth icon on Halla Bol

Bindass’ new show, Halla Bol, is about those gutsy women who fight and raise their voice against the injustice meted out to them

Mumbai | Updated: February 27, 2014 11:09 am
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Bindass’ new show, Halla Bol, is about those gutsy women who fight and raise their voice against the injustice meted out to them. The show is inspired by true events, and celebrates eight different stories of women who fought back and emerged victorious. Halla Bol also questions the prejudices and taboos existing in society and inspires the youth to break free from these gender myths. With Kangana Ranaut becoming the first youth icon of the show, the first episode aims to inspire women to fight against injustice.
Ranaut is known for her women-oriented characters in films like Fashion, Tanu Weds Manu, Rajjo, and the forthcoming Queen. It’ll be interesting to watch her inspire other women too. The show will premiere on February 28, and will have Karan Tacker as the host.

 

Ashish Kapoor to enter Saraswatichandra

Just when you thought all will be well in Kumud (Jennifer Winget) and Saras’ (Gautam Rode) paradise what with the couple tying the knot, here’s a twist in the tale. Monica Bedi has entered the show again, to cause problems in their lives. Besides, now there’s a new entry in the form of Ashish Kapoor who shall play Kabir. Kapoor will be instrumental in causing problems in Kumud and Saras’ lives, and will sport a very stylish avatar. Kapoor was last seen in Sony’s show Love Marriage Ya Arranged Marriage. Talking about being a part of Saraswatichandra, he says, “I wouldn’t want to give out much on my role. All I’d say is I’ll be there in the show to shake things up in Saras and Kumud’s life.” The buzz is, that Kabir’s character will not only create suspicion and fear in both the families, but will also open up the Pandora’s box, exposing several hidden truths.

 

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