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‘Hamariwali Good News’: Raghav Tiwari takes inspiration from Akshay Kumar for upcoming twist!

Zee TV’s ‘Hamariwali Good News’ is a prime time drama that presents a heart-warming and unique role reversal between a daughter-in-law – Navya (Srishti Jain) and her mother-in-law – Renuka Tiwari (Juhi Parmar) to give their family the much-awaited ‘Good News’. 

Over the last couple of weeks, we’ve seen a lot of drama take place at the Tiwari household. In fact, Renuka’s critical condition after giving birth to a baby boy had left everyone on the edge of their seats. However, she recuperated and returned to the Tiwari sadan, only to throw Aditya (Raghav Tiwari) out of the house.

In the upcoming episodes, we will see Aditya planning to enter the Tiwari Sadan and kidnap the newborn baby. For the same, he will take up a kinnar avatar and try to get close to the child. This is the first time Raghav has played a kinnar on the screen and looks like he turned to some A-list stars for inspiration.

Raghav Tiwari revealed, “It’s the first time that I’m playing such a character, wearing a saree and getting into such a look. It was really exciting to disguise myself as a kinnar for the kidnapping sequence, where I enter the Tiwari Sadan to take away the newborn baby.”

“While it was tough to get the nuances right, it was surely an amazing experience. Learning to act like a eunuch, speaking like them and copying their body language was a big deal. But as an actor, I enjoyed the challenge. In fact, I took inspiration from Akshay Kumar. I watched ‘Laxmii’ several times before shooting these sequences and I can’t wait for the episode to go on air and get feedback from my fans,” he added.

With Aditya entering the Tiwari sadan and plotting a plan to kidnap Renuka’s child, the audience will surely be on the edge of their seats to find out what will happen next. Will he be successful? Or will he be caught?

To know all this and more, tune into ‘Hamariwali Good News’ every Monday to Saturday at 1930 hrs on Zee TV.

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