Zee TV's show Jamai Raja has been one of the most favourite shows on television for the chemistry between Ravi Dubey and Nia Sharma. While the sequel of Jamai Raja was recently announced, it has left the Ravi Dubey fans in frenzy. With Ravi Dubey and Nia Sharma being amongst a popular couple of TV, recent BTS pictures from the sets of Jamai Raja 2.0 are unmissable. While Ravi Dubey and Nia Sharma are shooting in the beautiful Pink City, Jaipur, the actors look great shooting the music video Rubaru.
Ravi Dubey and Nia Sharma are currently shooting for an upcoming music video for their web series Jamai Raja 2.0. As Dubey plays the lead in the show, he once again showcases his immense talent by donning the avatar of a producer along with a singer for the upcoming music video, Rubaru. Ravi will be marking his debut as a singer with this song exploring his melodious singing. The actor has clearly been winning the hearts of his audiences with his talented acting skills and is set to impress fans with his voice. Also Read: Ravi Dubey's Steamy Kiss With Nia Sharma In Jamai Raja 2.0: Actor Was Shy, His Wife Sargun Mehta Had To Convince Him To Lock Lips With His Co-Star
The song Rubaru from Jamai Raja 2.0 is shot in the beautiful locales of Pink City, Jaipur and is produced by his own production house titled Dreamiyata Entertainment Pvt Ltd which means ‘the infinite dream'.
This unexplored side of Ravi is defiantly unmissable. We definitely can't keep calm to witness the magic get real with Rubaru video which will be out soon.
Meanwhile, while Ravi Dubey and Nia Sharma are shooting for the music video in Rajasthan, the Jamai Raja actress was snapped grooving to the beats of a song with Punjabi singer Guru Randhawa. Nia attended Ekta Kapoor’s Diwali bash and was spotted dancing with Guru on his song Suit Suit Karda, while Ravi was celebrating Diwali with his beautiful wife Sargun Mehta.
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