New Delhi, Aug 6 (IANS) TV actors Karan Tacker and Krystal D'Souza's amazing chemistry in "Ek Hazaaron Mein Meri Behna Hai" have set the tongues wagging that the duo are a couple in a real life too, but the former denies it.
"We are just friends. There is nothing beyond that. It's good fun working with her," he told IANS.
"A lot has been said that something is happening between us. I think it is the media's job to link two people who are close. And it is our job to come out with the truth and the truth is, nothing is happening," he added.
The duo play married couple Viren and Jeevika in the show aired on Star Plus.
Huma Qureshi, Nawazuddin in 'Afsar Bitiya'
Actors Huma Qureshi and Nawazuddin Siddiqui are set to make a special appearance in Zee TV's show "Afsar Bitiya" to promote their upcoming film "Gangs of Wasseypur 2".
The episode will see them entering Tuntun Singh's (Shahbaaz Khan) house. Faisal Khan (Nawazuddin) had come with the intention of including Krishna (Mitali Nag) in his election campaign against his archrival Ramadhir Singh (Tigmanshu Dhulia) till Tuntun Singh found out that Faisal is none other than his friend, Sardar Khan's (Manoj Bajpayee) son.
"We have gone to various places to promote our movie, but this is the warmest welcome we have ever got. Every person on the 'Afsar Bitiya' set welcomed us with arms wide open making us feel at home almost instantly," said Nawazuddin.
Huma added: "Shahbaaz Ji, Mitali and Kinshuk are such fun loving people that it never occurred to me that we are meeting for the first time. There can never be a serious moment with Kinshuk and Shahbaaz Ji around. I had a blast!"
Twists and turns break show's monotony: Anuj Sachdeva
TV actor Anuj Sachdeva, popularly known as Amrit of "Sabki Ladli Bebo", feels changing tracks and introducing new twists breaks the monotony of a show.
"If we start with a concept and we keep the same track going for a long time, it becomes monotonous and we need to introduce something new. That's why the focus shifts," Anuj, who was also seen in "Phir Subah Hogi", told IANS.
"When the story starts, eventually it ventures into the genre of romance because audience wants it. The track changes. The focus shifts but it does get back to the basic," he added.