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Surveen Chawla shooting for Sacred Games during her pregnancy, said “It was very difficult”

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Surveen Chawla shooting for Sacred Games during her pregnancy, said "It was very difficult"

Surveen Chawla shooting for Sacred Games during her pregnancy, said “It was very difficult”: Netflix‘ much-loved show Sacred Games is no less than a king in the digital world. Every artist of the web series is now known for being an artist of Sacred Games. Actress Surveen Chawla has also been an important part of Sacred GamesHe played the role of Jojo in the first season. But due to being pregnant, shooting for Surveen was quite challenging.

During the shooting of the first season, Surveen spoke openly on what kind of problems he faced. During a conversation with news agency PTI, Surveen said that shooting Sacred Games was emotional and physically tiring for him. This is because she was pregnant during that time. Revealing about the shooting, Surveen said that working in season 1 was tiring as Jojo’s character was damaged inside.

She said, “Being pregnant at that time, it was difficult for me to play Jojo’s character. You are trying to end your feelings and you do not have it. This place is not good for being there during pregnancy. I sometimes felt like running away. “

In Sacred Games season 1, Surveen appeared in the role of a fearless woman ‘Jojo’. In this, Nawazuddin Siddiqui has played the role of Ganesh Gaitonde. Now its next season is coming soon, which the fans are eagerly waiting for. It will be fun to see Surveen and Nawazuddin in it.

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X-Men Star Shawn Ashmore Joins Amazon’s Superhero Drama ”The Boys” Season 2

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X-Men Star Shawn Ashmore Joins Amazon's Superhero Drama ''The Boys'' Season 2

Actor Shawn Ashmore, best known for playing the mutant Iceman in the “X-Men” films, has boarded the second season of Amazon Prime Video web series “The Boys”, the streamer announced on Monday.

While everyone is waiting to watch season two of Amazon’s superhero drama “The Boys”. It’s just a countdown for all the ways waiting for the satire superheroes series. Now to add more punch to it, a stellar actor is going to join this Amazon Prime series. Shawn Ashmore is set to season 2.

The 40-year-old actor will play the role of Lamplighter, one of the original members of the superhero club, The Seven. “The Boys” is about a world where superheroes exist, but instead of accepting that with great power comes great responsibility, they are completely corrupted by power.

“We were thrilled that Shawn – who is, let”s be honest, an OG superhero – wanted to play the crucial part of Lamplighter. He brings so much depth, menace, and world-weary humanity to this former member of the Seven. And Shawn is a really good guy. We”re grateful to have him join our bloody little family,” Kripke said in a statement.

The second season of “The Boys” will debut on Amazon Prime Video with the first three episodes dropping on September 4, and new episodes available each Friday.

The season finale will premiere on October 9.

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Ramayana’s ‘Sugriva’ Said Goodbye To The World In Lockdown, Ram-Laxman Expressed Sorrow

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Ramayana Sugriva - Shyam Sundar Died

While the entire country is currently under lock-down due to the Coronavirus epidemic, in the meantime, Ramayana, one of the historic daily shows of Indian television, has broken the TRP records. But the news on Thursday was very sad for the entire Star cast of Ramayana. Let me tell you, Shyam Sundar Ji, who plays Sugriva in the show, said goodbye to the world on this tour.

After this sad information, Arun Govil, who played the role of Ram, tweeted and wished for his soul peace. Arun Govil wrote, “Sad to hear about the death of Shyam Sundar ji. He played the role of Sugriva in Ramanand Sagar’s Ramayana. A wonderful person and a gentleman. May his soul rest in peace.”

At the same time, Sunil Lahiri, who played the role of Laxman in Ramayana, also tweeted and wished the peace of Shyam Sundar’s soul. Sunil shared a newspaper cutting, writing, “Our colleague who played the role of Bali and Sugriva in the Ramayana was saddened to hear of his sudden demise. May God give his family the strength to recover in times of grief and his soul Rest in peace. “

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Quarantine During Coronavirus: Earlier Ramayana and Mahabharata, Now Shaktimaan to the rescue!

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Earlier Ramayana and Mahabharata, Now Shaktimaan to the rescue!

Bored? Of course, you are.

In these summer vacations’ resembling break, yet somehow even more boring, everything seems mundane and everyone feels exhausted. You might also have completed all kinds of series on Netflix and you can’t possibly watch fifty shades when in a lockdown with your family. Sifting through the channels on your TV, looking for something that interests you, and the parents, and the grandparents and the siblings, is a very difficult job but DD National is here to simplify the job for you.

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It’s time to feel a little nostalgic and a lot childish, as our, all-time favorite, the experimental god for trollers, Shaktimaan is to be aired on DD national to free you of all your boredom this quarantine. Not just this, there are even talks about a sequel as the Famous superhero actor, Mukesh Khanna talked about how they have been working on its part 2 for the past three years, something that would be “contemporary yet rooted in our culture”.

For those of you oldies who consider Shaktimaan to be too juvenile (I am judging you), DD channels have re-aired the much-watched and loved Ramayana, Mahabharata, Byomkesh Bakshi and Circus to accompany you in this exile (Ramayana pun? Maybe).

Gear up for days full of fun but also of spiritual lectures from your grandma as families come together to watch DD channels (wow, it feels weird to even say it). 

After all, a family that watches Shaktimaan together, stays together!

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