MUMBAI— Ammaji is all set to return to the silver screen with “Laado2” on Aap Ka Colors. Meghna Malik, who essayed the role of the powerful antagonist in “Na Ana Is Des Laado,” is back for the show’s second innings.

Malik as Ammaji was much loved in season one for her bold avatar, and will now be revealing another side of hers here. She plays a caring grandmother, who loves her family and can go to any extent to protect her granddaughters. Though she motivates them and wants them to stand on their own feet, she can be the most frightening person that one can come across. She is shrewd, intense, astute, manipulative and vicious.

 “‘Na Ana Is Des Laado’  was a closed chapter for me, so chapter 2 came as a surprise,” said Malik. ‘Laado2’ will see a fresh take on Ammaji’s personality. I do not want to compare myself to the Ammaji of the previous show and want to approach it with a fresh mind. In ‘Laado2,’  she is different in mind, body and appearance, and you will see her dressed in bright colors, which symbolizes hope and a promising future.”

Avika Gor will also return to television as Anushka, Ammaji’s elder granddaughter and the show’s protagonist. She plays the role of a final year law student – very bright and righteous. She is someone who can never change her views about what’s right and wrong. In her world, there are no shades of grey, only black and white. She believes in the power of the Law and does not consider anyone above it — not even her Ammaji.

The first promo of “Laado 2” is out on the channel and has already grabbed eyeballs and garnered appreciation from the fans.

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