Abhishek Rawat, who returns to mainstream television after five years, will not satisfy his repeated cameos. She was last seen in the lead role in Service Wali Bahu (2015). Meanwhile, the actor is trying his hand at digital entertainment. He claims that while he was enjoying his downtime, the unique story pulled him back into the world of television. “There have been many incidents of mother-in-law and daughter-in-law. Kamna – Hoga Khwaishon Aur Usool Keon Kaamna is a far cry from the usual tales and that’s why I jumped at the opportunity,” causes the actor.
The story is set in the backdrop of Bhopal, a slice of life of Manav and Akanksha, a middle-class couple who have different ideologies. “Their aspirations and dreams may be different, but they still manage to be in love with each other.” Even though we are in the era of left and right swipes, Rawat insists that the story is relatable. “It is a challenge to put forward a love story that is authentic as well as traditional. Our target audience is not teenagers who see the world through their apps. They make up only a small fraction of the demographics. Fortunately, most couples still believe in old school romance.”
Even as he knows that returning to the small screen will reduce his family time, Rawat is thrilled to return to a dynamic character and the medium that has brought him on the map. “While OTT has raised the level of storytelling and content [in the country]the size and scale of the audience and the reach of television [bigger than] OTT.” The actor did two seasons of the SonyLIV series, Married Woman Diaries.
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