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Vijayendra Kumeria on the set of Star Plus’ “Aapki Nazron Ne Samjha,” which is being filmed in the ancient city of Dwarka, Gujarat. (Publicity photo)

MUMBAI — Star Plus’ upcoming show “Aapki Nazron Ne Samjha” which will air in March, is filmed in one of the most ancient and the loveliest city of Dwarka situated in the state of Gujarat and located on the banks of the river Gomati.

This city is known for its rich culture and heritage. The show features talented actors Vijayendra Kumeria (as Darsh) & Richa Rathore (as Nandini) in lead roles.

Talking about his experience of shooting in Dwarka, Kumeria said: “Gujarat is my hometown and I was extremely glad and thrilled on hearing that we were going to shoot in the beautiful city of Dwarka.” “Since the show is based in Gujarat, an outdoor shoot needed to be scheduled since we want to show real and authentic content to our viewers.” 

“Besides shooting challenging scenes amid the city and its people, we had a lot of fun. From tasting various delicacies to touring around the city and being surrounded by our fans, it was an experience that I will cherish for in the coming days. Looking forward to many such outdoor shoots and continued support from our viewers.”

Rathore said: “I believe I am blessed for this show has brought me many firsts. Besides this being the first time where I will be playing a lead role, it happens to also be my first outdoor shoot post the pandemic and in Dwarka, a city where I have never shot before in my acting career.” 

“The entire outdoor shoot was conducted with utmost precaution ensuring the safety of all the cast and crew members. It was indeed a memorable experience for me and I consider myself fortunate to be working with this wonderful team.”

 Produced by ace production house Full House Media, the upcoming show focuses on the narrative of two deprived souls (Darsh & Nandini played by Vijayendra Kumeria & Richa Rathore) who by fate turn into each other’s strengths. It aims to convey the message that true love goes beyond any physical abilities and is only about what’s on the inside. 

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