posted by Anuja Gondhalekar,last updated on 09 August, 2012
When you get married to the love of your life, your life is a never-ending festival and all you want to do is celebrate. Guess this is true for Mohan and Megha of Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuchh Kaha, who are all set to show the world their love. And what better day to celebrate love than Janmashtami? The cast of Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuchh Kaha got into the festive mood and celebrated Janmashtami with some commendable enthusiasm. And invited to this fete were their extended family, as in, the male leads of the other Colors shows.
6 of COLORS male lead actors - Saurabh Raj Jain (Yuvi of Uttaran), Gaurav S Bajaj (Aman of Uttaran), Shashank Vyas (Jagya of Balika Vadhu), Shoaib Ibrahim (Prem of Sasural Simar Ka) and Manish Rai Singhani (Siddhanth of Sasural Simar Ka) , got into the groove and danced to their hearts' content for Janmashtamni. As a surprise package, the normally spiffily dressed male leads let their collective guards down and dressed in white shirts and bandanas before grooving to Go Go Govinda! from the film Oh My God.
Says Gaurav Bajaj, who plays Aman in Uttaran, "While rehearsing in our normal clothes, we got the steps right but not the mood. But as soon as we got into this avatar, the feel of the song came to us automatically."
So what do the hosts have to say about these Colors' men adding to the celebratory mood? Says Akanksha Singh, the new Mrs. Bhatnagar, "I had a great time as I was the only girl dancing with all these boys. Aise mauke roz roz nahi aate."
All the on-screen and off screen masti apart, these actors also will be seen taking advantage of the occasion and trading tips on how to be a better husband and keeping their wives happy!
After all this banter and camaraderie, was the time to break the dahi handi, which is the high point of Janmashtami celebrations. We won't tell you who was the brave one who ventured to break the dahi handi, but we're sure that it will be a sweet surprise for all of you.
This was just a sneak peak into what you can expect out of the Janmashtami episode on 10th August, but trust us, there is much more than this in the show! So don't forget to tune into the special Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuchh Kaha next week. And we wish you a very Happy Janmashtami!
Need some behind the scenes action of the Janmashtami shoot? You can catch it right here and here!