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Chittod Ki Rani Padmini Ka Johur airs on July 6 at 8 pm on Sony Entertainment Television. In
Padmini’s mahal, the decorations look withered. A glass of milk is kept on the table.

 Padmini is sitting and waiting for Ratan Singh. Abha Devi enters the room and tells Padmini that Ratan has gone to his first wife since she will always be closer to him.

Padmini tells Abha Devi that she understands completely and it is Ratan’s duty to go to Nagmati and it is her duty to continue waiting for him.

Ratan comes to Padmini’s room and is shocked to see her waiting for him. He tells her that he is sorry for not coming in the night. However, Padmini tells him that she totally understands and she would have done the same thing if she was in Nagmati’s place. Ratan cannot believe that Padmini is so understanding, he has tears in his eyes and hugs her.

A beastly battle
HBthriller A scene from Beyond Loch Ness. O presents Beyond Loch Ness on July 6 at 9 pm starring Niall Matter, Brian Krause and Don Davis.

A strange beast emerges in Lake Superior, believed to be the Loch Ness monster. The gruesome bloodshed to follow doesn’t stop at Nessie, she’s brought her vicious offspring to help terrorise the townspeople living around the lake.

Driven by vengeance, cryptozoologist James Murphy hunts down the monsters. Will Murphy save the locals or end up as one of Nessie’s meals?

Karan’s new venture
Karworkaholic Karan Mehra an Mehra will soon be seen playing Ganeshya in the popular show Agle Janam Mohe Bitya Kijyo, on Zee. Karan plays the protagonist, Lali’s spouse. Earlier Karan had only played urban, guy next door roles.

    And this happens to be his first of a kind role wherein he plays the role of a farmer, sporting a stable and a short hair cut. He even mouths typical Bihari lingo, as he plays a village lad.

Says Karan, “I’m excited as well as nervous at the same time. Excited because the show is extremely popular and nervous, as to how the large audience hooked onto the show will find me. I watched ‘Lagaan’ and Dilip Kumar’s ‘Ganga Jamuna’ over and over again to get the grip of the dialect.” Someone is extremely dedicated.

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