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Shakti Arora opens up about the progressive content of Silsila Badalte Rishton Ka

Shakti Arora shares the context of Silsila Badalte Rishton Ka and his character in the show

Shakti Arora Shakti Arora opens up about the progressive content of Silsila Badalte Rishton Ka Source : Press

Colors upcoming show Silsila Badalte Rishton Ka is all geared up for its launch on the small screen. The show will project fresh significance of relationships, marriage and love. Shakti Arora, Aditi Sharma, Drashti Dhami and Abhinav Shukla play the protagonists in the show. 

In conversation with a leading Indian daily, Shakti Arora opened up about his character in the show, he said, "I play Kunal, who is married to Mouli (Aditi). They are a perfect couple. There is lots of romance and understanding between them. Apart from being a great husband, he is also a dedicated doctor. How the entry of Nandini (Drashti) will change Kunal and his marriage will be for the audience to see."


Shakti further explains the context of the show, which has been misconstrued as being the story about extra-marital affairs. He said, "We are not focusing on friendship and new age relationships. Today, most shows present a fictionalized perfect bond and overdramatized life, which is all very unreal. Silsila not only focuses on the bonds between humans but also the dialogues, language and setup are very relatable."


Shakti added that there is always a solution to distance the third person who creates rift between the husband and wife. He said, "If you have complete trust on your partner then no one can ever destroy your relationship. Fights do happen between couples but if you love and respect each other truly, nothing or no one can separate you."


Meanwhile, Shakti Arora recently stepped into the conjugal bliss with TV actress Neha Saxena. On being asked about what led them to keep their marriage a low key affair, Shakti said, "I have gotten married so many times on television that I was bored. And honestly, Neha, and me both are very simple people at heart and wanted only our close ones by our side. It's a waste of money, time and gives you added stress. I understand there's a constant scrutiny on my life and so we duly announced it to the world in time."


Adding further, he said, "We have known each other for eight years now so there's hardly a change in equation. Over the years, we have only become stronger, and this was always for keeps, and so we got married."


Silsila Badalte Rishton Ka will be aired on Colors every Monday to Friday at 10 pm.