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Shah Rukh Khan appears on a special integration episode of “Udann” with the promotion of his upcoming film “Jab Harry Met Sejal.” (photo provided)

MUMBAI—Aap Ka Colors’ popular show “Udann” is said to have an interesting storyline and affable characters. The upcoming episodes will see a major twist as Kamal Narayan (Sai Ballal) threatens to kill the innocent children of Azadganj if Sooraj (Vijayendra Kumeria) and Chakor (Meera Deosthale) get married. He holds Chakor and Sooraj to ransom and asks them to put an end to their relationship if they wish to save the kids!

As Chakor and Sooraj decide to part their soapy ways, Harry (Shah Rukh Khan) and Sejal (Anushka Sharma) enter their lives to reinstate their hope in true love. Harry explains to them how love is a precious feeling and they should never let go of each other. Shah Rukh Khan and Anushka Sharma visited the sets of “Udann” to promote “Jab Harry Met Sejal” and Imli’s (played by Vidhi Pandya)’s excitement knew no bounds when she got to know that she will be sharing screen space with the man of her dreams, Shah Rukh Khan, for one of the sequences. She was anxiously pacing up and down the entrance waiting for him to arrive and when he did, she almost screamed in excitement.

Said Pandya: “I actually felt like I was Jaya Bachchan from the movie ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham’ eagerly waiting at the door and expecting Shah Rukh to enter. The entire scene ran through my head. I am extremely happy as my childhood dream finally came true as I got to share a hand-in-hand moment with Mr. Khan. I will cherish this moment forever in my life.”

So now, the eternal question remains to lather the imagination – Will Harry and Sejal be able to bring Chakor and Sooraj back together?

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