Krip Suri to feature in Star Bharat’s Savdhaan India

Krip has bagged Star Bharat’s popular show Savdhaan India.

MUMBAI: is back with an interesting update from the world of television.

We’ve been on the forefront in reporting updates about Star Bharat show Savdhaan India.

Recently, we exclusively reported about Star Bharat’s popular show Savdhaan India changing its approach. It will soon start featuring stories about atrocities against women and how they get justice.

(Read here:Amit Mistry bags Star Bharat’s Savdhaan India)

A series of stories based on crime against women has begun streaming on the channel, which is titled ‘Meri Sangarsh, Meri Zubani’.

We had reported about actors Bhumika Gurung, Maninee De Mishra, and Amit Mistry being roped in for different episodes of the show.

Now, the latest buzz is that actor Krip Suri who’s known for his stints in shows like Sadda Haq, Kalash, and RadhaKrishna has been roped in to play the lead role in one of the episodes of the show.

According to our sources, the story of the episode starring Krip will revolve around a married couple working in the same office. The wife becomes more successful and it leads to insecurity in the husband.

We couldn’t connect with Krip for a comment.

Stay tuned to this space for more updates.

(Also read: Bhumika Gurung roped in for Star Bharat’s Savdhaan India-Women Fight Back)


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