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'Chandralekha' episode crosses 1000 mark!

Monday, February 05, 2018

Saregama’s South TV production arm added another feather to its cap, when their massively popular show 'Chandralekha' finished its 1000th episode on the trot. The actors were seen celebrating the landmark on the set, having successfully completed three years of its run. B R Vijayalakshmi, who heads the Saregama television production arm in Chennai, said on the occasion: ‘It’s a matter of great pride that 'Chandralekha' is the third show to enter the 1000 episode hall of fame, after 'Athi Pookal' and 'Valli'. Vikram Mehra, M.D,Saregama India, said, “We are glad to be associated with Sun TV, the leading entertainment channel in South, and also extend our gratitude for their constant support.” The story of 'Chandralekha' revolves around the conflict between two distinct women whose paths converge. The heroines were switched at birth, and ended up growing in contrasting backdrops, thereby moulding their personalities. Popular actress Shweta Bandekar  is playing the role of Chandra and the second lead – Lekha is played by actress Nagashree The serial has also known faces like Meena Kumari, Niharika and it is being directed by Sundaresan.

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