Ek Bhram-Sarvagun Sampanna: Show dispatch to happen at a 1000-year-old saas-bahu temple


Producers of up and coming show Ek Bhram-Sarvagun Sampanna are leaving no stones unturned for an amazing dispatch. The show, featuring Ishqbaaz on-screen character Shrenu Parikh, will be propelled in a 1000-year-old legacy called Saas-Bahu sanctuary in Udaipur.

An energized Shrenu shares, “I am very excited, to dispatch my show as well as the way that we are choosing such a one of a kind system to start our voyage is energizing me. Sarvagun Sampanna is an unbelievably unique show and our dispatch totally compliments the idea as we visit the Saas-Bahu sanctuary in Udaipur. The 1000-year-old sanctuary is a notable image of the connection between a girl and relative, which is actually what our show blossoms with as well.”

The purpose for propelling the show at this legacy sanctuary is its hugeness. The sanctuary committed to relative and girl in-law’s (Saas-Bahu) of the country to praise the relationship they share. A ruler back in tenth century in Mahipala of Kachchhwaha line built the sanctuary.

The show with a screw-up hero displays a totally unique interpretation of the run of the mill saas-bahu day by day cleansers.

The unusual show follows the account of a little girl in-law of a rich and lofty family who is a perfect bahu for the family; in any case, she is subtly plotting against her in-laws.

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