Rajan Shahi’s show “Kuch Toh Log Kahenge” on Sony channel is grabbing eyeballs with its interesting storyline. The serial is about a love story of an old man a younger girl. And about how they fall in love despite their age difference. The producer of the show, Rajan Shahi said that he is happy about how the show is moving and becoming popular among the viewers. He also said that the lead actors Mohnish Behl aka Dr. Ashutosh and Kritika Kamra aka Nidhi Verma are doing a fantastic job. The producer further said that the lead actors are doing wonders to the characters of the serial and he is happy with their performance.
Actress Kritika Kamra who plays the role of Dr. Nidhi Verma in the serial said that she has got to learn a lot from this serial and also that her role has made her a better actress.
Rajan Shahi, the producer of “KTLK” said that he feels glad to see the positive response for his serial and is also happy with the kind of support he is getting from the telly industry. Rajan also said that his TV guru Ravi Rai has been all praises for his show.
Rajan Shahi’s serial “KTLK” is a remake of the Pakistani classical TV drama “Dhoop Kinare”. The writer of this drama- Haseena Moin extended her accolades about “KTLK” and said that she is highly impressed by the way the show has been shown. She further said that “KTLK” serial has surpassed even her original show.
Rajan Shahi’s friend and film producer Randhir Kapoor is also among the viewers who don’t like to miss even on one episode of “Kuch Toh Log Kahenge”. But the producer Rajan seems a little worried with the concern of TRP ratings for the show. He said that the show deserves a lot more rating than it is getting at present. He is getting worried that the other show “Balika Vadhu” that is aired on the same time might over shadow his show. But the channel is happy with the response of the show and has told Rajan not to worry about the TRP ratings.
We just hope that the producer brings on many such shows for the viewers which keep them glued to their television screens.