Mumbai: Star Plus television show ‘Mahabharat’ is very popular among people and as per the latest updates television show Mahabharat to go off air on Saturday.
The super-entertaining and inspiring epic drama “Mahabharat” will finally approach its end on Saturday this week with a special one hour episode.
This Siddharth Anand Kumar directorial Mythological television drama, through its amazing stars, awesome costume and set designing and superbly well technical clarity, within no time won the hearts of million Indians.
Not just this it also won the hearts of many international followers and soon came in the list of top 10 TV shows.
On this emotional occasion of the show’s end, our reporters interacted with some of the shows artists and gathered their comments regarding the show.
While actor Anoop Singh Thakur, who plays the visually challenged King Dhritarashtra, said in his statement:
“I always believe that hard work pays off. The workshops, action trainings, speech and language classes, wearing those heavy costumes had to work on our support. I couldn’t have asked for more with a grand show with such an impressive character to play.”
Ajay, an alumnus of Bhartendu Academy of Dramatic Arts, Lucknow, is happy with the recognition he received from the show.
Ajay aka Sanjay said, “I had to really work hard to do justice to this important character of Sanjay, who has the gift of seeing events at a distance, granted by the sage Vyasa.”
“My friendship with Anoop Singh Thakur is as intense as seen onscreen. I keep calling him ‘Maharaj’ off screen and it will indeed be sad to watch ‘Mahabharat’ go off air,” he further added.
However, the show completed its last shoot on Tuesday.