Alluring new on-screen romantic jodis of television – 1
On screen jodis have always lured their fan’s interest in them. Though, reigning the hearts of millions is not one day play. There is a constant hard work and impeccable acting skills behind these eternal on-screen couple’s sucess. Be it Arnav – Khushi, Mann – Geet, Rishabh – Madhubala, Akshara – Naitik or any other, devotees of their on-screen pair still quench for more, such was their magic. Admist, few fresh jodis are gradually making their way in world of fiction with their chemistry, performance, connectability and perseverance.
Zain Imam and Aditi Rathore in Naamkaran:
Playing a criminal for revenge Aditi Rathore as Avni Ayesha is leaving a mark as one of the first few female leading ladies who are NOT good in their character’s working style. Though as a human she can feel her responsibilities of doing wrong. Zain Imam however is exactly opposite is portraying a role of a cop as Neil Khanna who is suspicious of Avni’s intention. They are married in the show but what makes them stand out couple is there is no forced romantic sequences.
Mohsin Khan and Shivangi Joshi in Ye Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai:
Being a part of a longest running show on television itself a matter of talk of town. Playing the leads not only an opportunity of life time but the biggest responsibility to keep the loyal audience hooked to the show as they were. No doubt Mohsin Khan as Kartik and Shivangi Joshi as Naira managed to keep the viewers glued to their screens even after the previous popular jodi left the show. People are welcoming this positive change with craze.
Param Singh and Niti Taylor in Ghulaam:
Despite of several dismissal on social media networking websites, mainly because of their previous show popularity, this jodi made a place in their own fandom. Niti Taylor as Shivani Mathur has a connectability to all the small town girls who are bought up in a protective environment. Whereas, the male lead Rangeela (Param Singh) is a goon from Behrampur who kidnaps girls for marriage. Wedded under weird circumstances, both sympathizes to each other. A unique jodi casting spell bind magic on it’s followers.
Akshay Mahtre and Sheen Dass in Piyaa Albela:
Reprising the story of Vishwamitra and Menaka in a modern scenario, this show does have something hatke. The boy is calmer and the girl is charmer. Akshay Mhatre as Naren has no interest in worldly affairs. Sheen Dass as Pooja on the other hand is given responsibility to make Naren realize the worldly beauties. Akshay and Sheen pair on-screen looks cute and they compliment each other.
Samiksha Jaiswal and Karan Vohra in Zindagi Ki Mahek:
With a real cooked up story, Zindagi Ek Mahek gives an ordinary girl wings to fly and realize her potential. Samiksha Jaiswal has done marvellous role as a homely kitchen girl to Master Chef winner. In the way she met Shaurya Khanna, played by Karan Vohra as a devil judge later turned to lover and then husband. The leading actors played a well balanced stroke of expressions and without any doubt is one the hit jodis of current times.
Pranav Misshra and Jyoti Sharma in Aisi Deewangi Dekhi Nahi Kahi:
Started recently this show has hatred as it’s backdrop. The fresh jodi of Pranav Misshra and Jyoti Sharma as fearless youngsters who are in revenge mode due to some misunderstandings between them. Prem and Tejaswani are certainly a kickass of the telly town played by Pranav and Jyoti.
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