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Bollywood actor Sheeba bagged role in TV show Haasil

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New Delhi | Thursday, Sep 14 2017 IST
 
Actor Sheeba Akashdeep, known for her roles in Bollywood films like 'Suryavanshi' (1992), 'Pyaar Ka Saaya' (1991), 'Dum' (2003) and others will now be seen playing a significant role in the television show 'Haasil'., to be aired on Sony Entertainment Television show.Sheeba joins the star cast of the show which includes Zayed Khan, Nikita Dutta and Vatsal Sheth.The veteran actor gave her nod for the show not only because she liked the depth and shades of her character but also because of its gripping concept.Sheeba believes that Haasil gives her the opportunity to portray a character which is completely different from all the roles she has played in her acting career so far.Talking about her role in the show, Sheeba said,''I was interested in the show right from the first time the concept was pitched to me. Haasil is truly a show that offers several twists and it's genre has a unique appeal. I am playing a pivotal role and love the way my character has been shaped. It will play a significant role in the happenings on the show.''Sheeba's character will keep the audiences guessing if its grey or white.Officials at Sony Entertainment television say that the several twists and turns in the romantic thriller show combined with different characteristics of all the characters is sure to make Haasil the most engrossing show ever on Indian television.The team of Haasil has been shooting in several outdoor locations including Mauritius.Sheeba is confident that her fans will love Haasil because it's a perfect blend of romance and thrill and is extremely delighted to be part of the team.UNI AR SNU 1718

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