TV heartthrob Parth Samthaan, who played Anurag Basu in Ekta Kapoor's Kasautii Zindagii Kay, is all set to meet his fans soon in his new avatar. The actor, who was holidaying in Goa after the end of his show, is back in the city and we hear the actor has already begun shooting for his next project.
Parth, who teased his fans with a promo of his digital series 'Mai Hero Boll Raha Hu' last year in December has finally begun shooting for it. The show is being produced by Ekta Kapoor and will stream on her OTT platform ALT Balaji.
A source close to the show informs SpotboyE.com, "Shooting for the series has started from last week in Mumbai (Madh Island) and Parth Samthaan is shooting for it." ALSO READ: Parth Samthaan On Kasautii Zindagii Kay 2 Going Off Air, 'Want To Thank My Fans For Falling In Love With Anurag Basu; Will Miss This'- EXCLUSIVE
In September this year a media report in TOI suggested that cracks had developed between Ekta Kapoor and Parth Samthaan after he decided to leave her ongoing show Kasautii Zindagii Kay 2 midway. These reports also claimed that because of the sour equation, Ekta might replace him in her web series, Mai Hero Boll Raha Hu.
However, SpotboyE.com had cleared the air with a source from the show who informed us, "There is no truth to it. We have already shot for the series with Parth and he will only be completing it. We aren't looking out for replacements either." ALSO READ:Parth Samthaan Is NOT Being Replaced In Ekta Kapoor's Mai Hero Boll Raha Hu- EXCLUSIVE
And now, the actor is back on the set shooting for his scenes.
The series is based on the underworld and set up in the 80s and 90s era. Parth's character, who is a gangster, is inspired by none other than Abu Salem, who was involved in Bollywood extortion cases during those times. We exclusively told you that Patralekha Paul who is not just a wonderful actress but also in a strong relationship with famous actor Rajkummar Rao, will star opposite Parth in the series.
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