Thursday, July 20, 2017

The festival of Teej brings the cast of &TV’s BadhoBahu and Waaris together

Teej is the festival that brings out a furor amongst married women who celebrate this wholeheartedly. But this doesn’t seem to be the case with the bahusBadho (RytashaRathore) and Preet (Farnaz Shetty) of &TV’s BadhoBahu and Waaris respectively. While Badho’sLuckyji (Prince Narula) is away in Punjab, Preet and Raj (Neel Motwani) aren’t looking eye to eye. But the two couples come together at a TeejMela in a Mahasangam which will soon air on &TV! 
In a quest to get Badho and Lucky a little closer to each other, ChotoBua (JuhiAslam) kidnaps Badho and takes her to Punjab to meet Lucky and celebrate her fist ever Teej. On the other hand, Raj’s mother forces Raj and Preet to follow the rituals of Teej as the newly married couple. And when the two couples meet each other at the TeejMela, they bring with them a flavor of masti, dance and drama galore promising an exciting time for the audience. 
Farnaz Shetty who is known for her portrayal of a firebrand Preet, will be seen performing a special dance number on ‘La La Ho Gayi Re’ in a traditional sharara just like a typical Punjabi kudi. Not just that, the couples will be seen rocking the Mela on ‘Patiyala Peg LagaKe’ amidst much fanfare and aplomb! 
Said Farnaz Shetty “It was great fun having the cast of BadhoBahu on our set. Rytasha and I instantly bonded which made the long hours go by quicker than expected. I must admit, it was the dancing that truly tested us, but we had a great time grooving to the beats notwithstanding the torrential rains and the wind.” 
From mehendi to dance, music and romantic scenes on the trationaljhoola bedecked with flowers, this Teej celebration is nothing short of a scene from a Blockbuster Hindi Movie! Will this festival of Teej bring Badho-Lucky and Raj-Preet together? 

Watch the drama unfold on Friday, 21st July, 9:30pm onwards, only on &TV!

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