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Oriya actress Sambhabana Mohanty has essayed the female lead in Zee TV new serial :Raja Beta

MUMBAI:15/1/19: Zee TV new serial , Raja Beta, which is produced by Sobo Films was aired on television on on 15th January and air in the early slot of 6.30 PM.

The show will revolve around Vedant (played by Rrahul Sudhir), a highly qualified gynecologist, ad iopted in his early childhood into the Tripathi family by Murari Tripathi. Oriya actress Sambhabana Mohanty  has essayed  the female lead.Sambhabana, in an interview  said  their characters are completely opposite to each other. “While Vedant is sorted, smart, sophisticated and reserved, my character is loud, childlike, very out there and yet logical,” she added.Sambhabana, daughter of popular album director Jaya Prakash Mohanty and veteran actor Snigdha Mohanty, made her debut in Ollywood with the film ‘Mun Raja Tu Rani’, in 2013, opposite Arindam Roy. The actor was cast in a music video ‘Saajna’, opposite Sambeet Acharya, that became a hit. She is an alumnus of the Ravenshaw College, Cuttack.The show also features actors namely Shanti Mukherjee as Vedant’s Dadaji, Anil Misra as father, Reshma Merchant as mother, Geeta Udaishi as grandmother, Sharanpreet Kaur as Bua, Jatin Arora as brother, Sarvesh Vyas as Chacha, Mahjabeen Ali as Chachi, Akansha Bhalla as sister, and Subham Kapoor as Chacha’s son

 

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