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Actors go nostalgic as ‘Ghar Ek Mandir: Kripa Agrasen Maharaja Ki’ hits century

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As social drama ‘Ghar Ek Mandir: Kripa Agrasen Maharaja Ki’ has crossed the 100-episode landmark, the actors recounted their association with the show and the journey so far.

Lead protagonist of the show, Shrenu Parikh, who is seen as Genda Agarwal, shares: “It feels like yesterday when the whole team gathered for the first reading of the show. It has been a dream run for the entire team that has been giving its best to keep the viewers engaged and entertained. I am glad to see the response the show has garnered and the completion of 100 episodes only encourages us further to take the entertainment quotient notches higher.”

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She recalls her initial journey and adds: “When I was first offered the role, I was skeptical as I had to shift to Jaipur for the same, but now I feel it was the best decision that I could ever make. I feel blessed to essay the role of Genda, which is such a positive and pure character.”

On the other hand, Akshay Mhatre who portrays the role of Varun Agarwal, says: “It has been a joyful journey to be with the ‘Ghar Ek Mandir: Kripa Agrasen Maharaja Ki’ team. I could not even realise when we crossed this milestone of 100 episodes! I am proud of the whole team that has been delivering the best to make it a successful show. The best thing that I received through the show is the love of the viewers.”

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While actor Sai Ballal feels ecstatic to play a prominent character of Kundan Agarwal and he shares: “The concept that the makers have brought forward is not just unique but very relatable which makes it a ‘Har ghar ki kahani’ (story of every household). The curiosity to know about the teachings of Agrasen Maharaja and then its incorporation in Genda’s life has brought about a change in the narrative of Indian television.”

‘Ghar Ek Mandir: Kripa Agrasen Maharaja Ki’ airs on &TV.

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