4 new characters Join the Show Dill Mill Gaye!
New Interns, Wiser doctors, More drama, and Bigger challenges at Sanjeevani hospital
The fresh storyline kicks off with the interns now becoming resident doctors giving way to a pack of fresh new interns entering the hospital to up the entertainment quotient.
Coming from different walks of life, four new youngsters join in the struggle to become flourishing medical professionals. Among the fresh interns, playing Tamanna is Moulshree Sachdeva, essaying the role of a quintessential girl, hailing from a humble background. Extremely focused, she is a girl toiling to be a doctor, to fulfil her father’s dreams.
In sheer contrast to her is Siddhanth Modi’s character portrayed by current teenage heartthrob Karan Wahi. He plays a rich spoilt brat from USA pursuing the internship owing to his lineage. Packed off to Sanjeevani, against his will, he comes to Sanjeevani to get a first hand feel of India under the strict supervision of Dr Abhimanyu, who is his cousin.
Coming to the show as Naina Mehta, Neha Jhulka, is an absolute firebrand, belonging to an affluent Gujrati family. She loves to be cool in spite of being from a conservative family and is ready to go to any lengths to stay so! Playing the role of Yuvraj is newcomer Sehban Azim , a guy with an ambition and the determination to achieve it, a straight talker and serious worker, a perfectionist in line to become Dr Shasank’s favourite.
Bringing in a comic quotient to the show is a talented Marathi actor - Prasad Barve playing the character of Jitendra Prasad. He plays a city topper from UP who thinks he is the hero of the place and unaware of the fact that other people just think of him as a 'Maha Chipku'! His very virtue of being a walking talkingdisaster will add more fun elements to the show!
Tune-in to bubbly new interns and more masti on Dill Mill Gaye starting 22nd September, 8.30pm only on STAR One!
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