Pavitra Rishta 2.0: Ankita Lokhande drops first motion poster of Shaheer Sheikh co-starrer; watch
Ankita Lokhande and Shaheer Sheikh are all set to entertain the viewers with their highly anticipated show Pavitra Rishta 2: It’s Never Too Late. Today, the actress treated her fans and followers to the first motion poster of Pavitra Rishta 2. In the new season of the popular show, Ankita will be reprising her role of Archana, which had made her a household name. Shaheer Sheikh will be essaying the role of Manav which was earlier played by Sushant Singh Rajput and Hiten Tejwani.
Unveiling the motion poster, Ankita took to her Instagram handle and wrote, “Some stories make you believe in love. Witness one such love story on #ZEE5. #PavitraRishta #ItsNeverTooLate @shaheernsheikh @poojabhamrrah @piyush_ranade_official @ektarkapoor @mehranandita @ritz2101 @zee5 @altbalaji(sic).”
You can check out the motion poster of Pavitra Rishta 2 below:
Ankita’s friends and fans congratulated her on this new beginning. Bank rolled by Zee5 and Ekta Kapoor’s AltBalaji, the new season of the hit show also features Pooja Bhamrrah and Piyush Ranade.
Previously, announcing the show, Ankita sharing a BTS pic with Shaheer had written, “Sometimes in most ordinary lives we find the most extraordinary love stories. Witness the extraordinary love story of Manav and Archana in #PavitraRishta coming soon on #ZEE5. #ItsNeverTooLate(sic).”
Earlier revealing why he took up the role immortalized by the late Sushant Singh Rajput, Shaheer had said, “And so I decided that while it is scary to step into his shoes & live upto audience expectations… it is scarier to NOT even try. And so I did what I felt he would do, if he was in my position. I took the challenge. When the team told me they wanted someone who was earnest so that we could all tell a story that was a fitting homage to Sushant’s legacy… I decided to give it my all and leave the rest to the audiences and to The All Mighty. Working with a team that loved & respected him immensely only adds to the genuine intent in all our hearts.”