Actor Ayub Khan is undoubtedly one of the most known faces both in the film and television industry. At present, Ayub Khan is seen in Dangal TV’s show Ranju Ki Betiyaan playing the role of Guddu Mishra. Ayub Khan shares that since the implementation of the Janta curfew in Maharashtra they are shooting at an outdoor location. He talks about how he is loving spending quality time with his co-actors who are like family to him. Be it working out, playing games or making videos together the fun is endless.
Sharing his outdoor shoot experience and how he started using social media more frequently, Ayub says, “Since there is a lockdown in Maharashtra, we have shifted to a new outdoor location to shoot Ranju Ki Betiyaan where all of us are getting a chance to spend quality time with each other. After pack up, we come together to play games and work out. We are a big family on-screen as well as off-screen. I am sure our fans have seen numerous entertaining reels, photographs and videos shared by my onscreen children and wives Lalita played by Deepshika Nagpal and Ranju played by Reena Kapoor on their social media handles. They have opened the world of social media for me. I enjoy shooting their videos and nowadays I try to shoot some entertaining content for myself which is a little addictive but entertaining at the same time. It’s an amazing way to create buzz about the upcoming episodes.”
Indeed, it is fun and entertaining to make content and interact with your fans.
Ranju Ki Betiyaan is a heart touching story of a single mother Ranju and her struggles of raising 4 daughters in a patriarchal society. It delves into the various societal issues faced by single mothers, and will witness Ranju empowering herself to raise her four daughters single-handedly to help them achieve their dreams. Catch Ranju Ki Betiyaan at 9.30pm only on Dangal TV.
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