Preview: As much as I want to believe that acting is not a child’s play, Bhavesh Balchandani, as Ranvijay, proved me wrong with his flawless and effortless acting. One can’t stop but be awestruck by this young bundle of wonder. BIG surprises indeed do come in small packages. Veera is played by Harshita Ojha, and is yet to be unveiled. I am sure both these child artists will give many a run for their money.
Sudhanshu Pandey and Sneha Wagh as Sarpanch Sampurn Singh and his wife Ratan, play the parents of Ranvijay. Sudhanshu Pandey is an amazing actor with great screen presence. Sneha Wagh, who was last seen playing the lead on Imagine TV’s ‘Jyoti’, compliments Sudhanshu with ease and spontaniety.
Besides a strong star cast, Veera also is gifted with a strong creative team, the backbone for the success of any show. Purnendu Shekhar who created history with ‘Balika Vadhu’ on Colors, is now set to woo the audience with the heart warming story of Veera. His pen works like a magic wand as he weaves a story around characters that are real and relatable.
A story, however fails to create the desired impact without a gripping screenplay and Raghuvir Shekhawat has mastered this art to the frame. But thats not it. Having won the hearts of many by penning down some witty dialogues for RK in ‘Madhubala Ek Ishq Ek Junoon’, he is all set to win many more as he brings the young and impressionable Ranvijay to life. His one liners, “Dalbeer, itni si bhi nahi hawa aa rahi jo makhi ka paseena bhi sookh jaye”, are just classic.
Finally the Captain of the Ship, the Director Waseem Sabir. He has the innate knack of portraying a writer’s vision with finnesse and an extraordinary talent for capturing the minute of nuances of every character and mold them to their ultimate best.
‘Veera’ is one show that I would recommend to all TV serial buffs. A worthy show brimming with young talent and a poignant story line.
So tune in every weekday at 10:30pm only on Star Plus to watch "Veera - Ek Anokhi Ma."
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