Apurva Agnihotri says goodbye to Anupamaa, thanks producer for a nice trip

Apurva Agnihotri, who plays Advait in Anupamaa, has completed his shoot for the show. In an Instagram post, the actor thanked the team and his producer for an enjoyable period. Apurva praised Rajan Shahi, thanking his producer and saying that his “kindness, kindness and generosity can be seen everywhere” even when he is not there.

Apurva Agnihotri shared a photo with the show maker and wrote that his beautiful journey with Anupamaa has come to an end. “A journey filled with so much love, laughter, happiness and madness,” he wrote, adding that credit for the same goes to “our Maverick Rajan and his incredible team and outstanding actors.”

“Because sometimes the pressure of our industry and workplace forces us to change our own DNA in order to survive, but this man has managed to break all those myths, those norms and proved that a happy existence does not ask ​about anger and chaos and the living proof of this is DKP…,” he continued.

The Jassi Jaisi Koi Nahi actor also said that the happy faces on the set are a reflection of Rajan Shahi. “Your goodness, kindness, generosity is seen everywhere, whether you are present or not, and I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for Advait.. As we always tell each other, we are far beyond this but sincere love and gratitude 🙏🙏 This is to create magic together ❤️”, wrote Apurva Agnhitori.

Rupali Ganguly-Sudhanshu Pandey starrer Anupmaa has topped the TRP charts from the moment it was launched. While the divorce track had sparked public interest, Dr. Advait of Apurva only adds to the drama. He has treated Anupamaa’s cancer and in the coming episodes he will operate on her successfully, giving her a new life. When Rajan Shahi welcomed him on board in April, he also showered Apurva with compliments. Having previously worked with him in Jassi Jaisi Koi Nahi and Bidaai, the producer celebrated his hat-trick with the actor.

He also shared that much of Advait’s character is etched and written with the way he perceives Apurva in real life. “To me, Apurva is Advait and vice versa,” the producer wrote in an Instagram post. He added, “The positivity and good vibes he gives to everyone make it an enriching and happy experience.”

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