Mumbai: Leading Hindi General Entertainment Channel, Dangal, a part of the Enterr10 network recently became the first Hindi GEC to air fresh episodes of their fictional show Pyar Ki Luka Chuppi. Adding another feather to its cap, the channel crossed the monumental 100-episode landmark for its original programming show Pyar Ki Luka Chuppi. The day brought great joy to the entire team of the show which was followed by a small celebration on the set.
Popular amongst viewers from across the heartland, the show has been an instant hit with the viewers. After Sarthak (Rahul Sharma) and Srishti (Aparna Dixit) parting ways from their marriage, the show took a one-year leap with Srishti now in a bold new avatar. The show also witnessed the entry of a new character, Angad played by Alan Kapoor who plays a pivotal role.
Commenting on reaching the landmark for the first time, Dangal spokesperson, said, “Pyar Ki Luka Chuppi has taken viewers on a journey like never before. The story has seen ups and downs and Srishti turns into a strong independent self-made woman. While Srishti’s character has become an audience favorite, the show too is revered across different sets of viewers. We are grateful to our viewers for their continued support and will continue to bring the content that is entertaining, engaging, and heartwarming.”
Expressing happiness on the success of the show, Aparna Dixit who plays the role of Srishti, said, “This 100-episode journey has been a very special one for all of us amidst these unprecedented times. As an actor, I feel blessed to have successfully completed this milestone and I wish that we cross many more. This landmark wouldn’t have been possible without the love and affection of our viewers. Rejoicing on the completion of 100-episodes, we made sure we are following all norms of social distancing while celebrating our success. Since our show airs daily, the team is putting in a lot of effort to give their best to the audience, and therefore we decided to do a small cake cutting session on the set before resuming shoot.”
The cast and the crew celebrated the successful completion of their 100-episode milestone by cutting a cake on the set while following all norms of social distancing.