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When Yukti's sari caught fire on sets of 'Agnifera' (TV Snippets)

Mumbai, Nov 3 (IANS) Actress Yukti Kapoor says a romantic scene during the shooting of TV show “Agnifera” turned out to be a nightmare when her sari caught fire.

Yukti plays the role of Ragini and her love interest is Anurag (essayed by Ankit Gera).

They were shooting for a wedding night track and the scene required them to sit on the bed decorated with flowers and burning candles. Things took an ugly turn when Yukti’s sari caught fire from a candle.

“It was extremely unfortunate that the scene which was supposed to be a romantic one turned out to be a nightmare for me. I was extremely scared. But thanks to team’s pro-activeness, we saved ourselves from a major mishap,” Yukti said in a statement.

The show is aired on &TV.


Sargun Kaur’s village diary

Actress Sargun Kaur stayed in a village to prepare for her role in “Kaal Bhairav Rahasya”.

Sargun made her debut on the small screen with Star Bharat’s socio-thriller show “Kaal Bhairav Rahasya”. The actress, who plays the character of Gauri, stayed in a village for a month to learn their mannerisms.

“To get into the skin of the character, I took up diction classes to learn the typical style of speaking in a language that is used in villages,” Sargun said in a statement.

“Apart from that, I also stayed in a village for a month to study the mannerisms of the villagers. It was a great experience and it really helped me to play my character on the screen,” she added.


Elli AvrRam loving her stint as a host

Swedish Greek actress Elli AvrRam says she loves being a host on “The Great Indian Laughter Challenge” as she gets to “do a variety of things”.

Elli took on the avatar of Paro from “Devdas” for one of the episodes of the Star Plus show, read a statement.

Talking about it, Elli said: “This act was a lot of fun. As a host, the best part is that I get to do a variety of things and this time the Paro act too was a great experience. Sajid Khan and Akshay Kumar even praised me for the act and I am glad I was able to pull it up.”

The actress added that “Devdas” was also the first Bollywood movie that she “ever watched which prodded me to be an actress and move to India”.

“So I added my own touch to it and I’m glad that it turned out just fine,” she said.

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