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Piyush Sahdev says, his character in Dastaan E Mohabbat has different shades

Devdiscourse News Desk | Updated: 25-09-2018 14:58 IST | Created: 25-09-2018 14:10 IST
Piyush Sahdev says, his character in Dastaan E Mohabbat has different shades

Actor Piyush Sahdev says his character Abu Fazl in the upcoming show "Dastaan-E-Mohabbat: Salim Anarkali" has different shades.

It is the tale of Prince Salim and courtesan Anarkali that will unfold on Colors from October 1.

"I am grateful to be a part of a show like 'Dastaan-E-Mohabbat: Salim Anarkali'. It is an epic love saga which has been recreated. My character Abul Fazl has different shades. He's a warrior and a poet," Piyush said in a statement.

"He's the one who wrote 'Ain-i-Akbari'. Abul Fazl was very close to emperor Akbar. This character of Abu Fazl was never well-established in the previous versions of this story, but I am glad that it will be very well showcased in 'Dastaan-E-Mohabbat: Salim Anarkali'," he added.



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