News and Updates About Indian Television Channels

Advertisements

Bijal Joshi roped in for Sony Entertainment Television Show Ladies Special Season 2

Advertisements

Ladies Special Season 2 Coming Soon – Bijal Joshi Playing an Important Role

Bijal Joshi
Actress Profile

Ladies Special is all set to premiere on Sony Entertainment Television once again with a distinguished concept and a new star-cast. The show describes the journey of 3 ladies from Maharashtra, Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh and are finalizing the cast accordingly. After Maharashtrian actress Girija Oak, actress from Gujarat Bijal Joshi has roped in the show and will be playing character of ‘Bindu Desai’. Bindu is a hyper but positive lady and has an optimistic approach towards life. For her, no one is bad and nothing is wrong and handles everything with utmost positivity. Bijal Joshi has worked in many Gujarati movies, TV serials and theatre and is debuting in Hindi GEC with ‘Ladies Special’.

Cast and Crew

Advertisements

Bijal Joshi says, “I am delighted to be a part of Ladies Special as I’ve never done Hindi TV serials due to commitment issues. But now, I am ready as this show has different story and concept. Getting the show was my destiny in a way. Playing the role is easy and natural for me as I have done Gujarati movies and serials and don’t have to put so much effort to get into the character. I can very much relate to my character ‘Bindu’ who is happy with her life, is optimistic and bubbly in nature. Looking forward to work with Sony Entertainment Television because of their unique shows with some great message.”

Launch Date and Telecast Details

‘Ladies Special’ brings to the viewers an interesting concept of a women hailing from different backgrounds and their unique friendship. It shows different shades of women and how each one of them fosters a great bond of camaraderie with each other as they commute together.

‘Ladies Special’ coming soon only on Sony Entertainment Television!

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.