'Anaamika' completes 200 episodes

Mumbai, Sep 5 (IANS) TV show "Anaamika" has completed a milestone of 200 episodes before it goes off air.

The entire cast and crew of the show celebrated this feat in a small but special way. The unit came together to thank each other for their immense support.

They wish to have a huge celebration on their last day, which might happen in the next week, as the show is coming to an end.

Actress Simran Kaur, who plays the witch Anaamika in the show, said she is really happy that viewers liked the show.

"It's been an wonderful journey and I have met some of the most amazing people who will be still in contact with me even when the show ends," she said in a statement.

The show airs on Sony Entertainment channel.

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Sangeeta Ghosh to learn Marathi from Sulabha Deshpande

On Teacher's Day, actress Sangeeta Ghosh has pledged to learn Marathi, and that too from veteran actress Sulabha Deshpande, who plays her grandmother in the show "Kehta Hai Dil...Jee Le Zara".

The duo appears in the Sony Entertainment channel show, which is about a Maharashtrian family, which lives in Panchgani.

Sangeeta plays Saachi, a modern independent women who takes care of her elders as well as younger siblings. Sulabha plays her aaji (grandmother).

"Since I am from Mumbai, I can speak Marathi, but not that fluently. So, to make my character look more real I have started having a conversation with Sulabhaji in Marathi. This way, I get to learn a lot of new words from her and its improve my accent too," Sangeeta said in a statement.

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