Back in 2012, Colors TV’s Madhubala – Ek Ishq Ek Junoon was one of the popular and most loved shows in the television industry. The story and of course, the oh-so-sizzling chemistry between Drashti Dhami and Vivian Dsena made everyone crazy and fans only used to flock the TV screens, just to get a glimpse of their romance. The show first aired on May 28, 2012, and telecasted its last episode on August 9, 2014. It has since aired on and off on Colors TV due to its popularity. Even though it is has been 8 years now, the fanbase of the actors is still intact.
Just recently, Drashti who essayed the role of Madhu in the show took to her Instagram story and shared the poster of Madhubala and captioned it as ‘8 years!’ followed by a heart emoticon. Now, Vivian who played the larger-than-life character Rishab aka RK in the show talked to Pinkvilla and told how it brought a change in his career 360 degrees as it clocks in 8 years. He was quoted saying, "Madhubala...' was the highlight of my career. I think that's one show which changed my career graph completely. It gave me whatever I expected from my career and from myself.”
He further quipped, “It changed my career, my name and everything professionally 360 degrees for me. I had given my heart, body, mind and soul to the character of RK. I am grateful to my audiences for unconditional love."
Talking about Madhubala – Ek Ishq Ek Junoon was about a girl named Madhubala (played by Drashti Dhami) who was born on a film set and her life was surrounded by the movie industry. She grew up to become a simple woman who worked as a beautician. On the other hand, Rishab Kundra (played by Vivian Dsena) was a top movie star. Despite both their worlds are totally different, the destiny brought them together and both their lives took a turn when they fell in love with each other.
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