Ankit Gera-Yukti Kapoor to recreate Sanjay Dutt-Nagma's romance on small screen

Ankit Gera and Yukti Kapoor recreate Sanjay Dutt-Nagma on small screen.
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Actor Ankit Gera and Yukti Kapoor who play the lead protagonists Anurag and Ragini in &TV’s Agnifera are going to set the temperatures soaring with a very sensuous rain number. You will see them dance to the very popular 90’s number ‘Akhir Tumhe Ana Hai’ from the movie Yalgaar, much remembered for its catch tune and sizzling chemistry between Sanjay Dutt and Nagma.

Both Ankit and Yukti have put their best foot forward to bring alive the song for their show. It has not been an easy task for both as the shoot took place in the middle of the night and it included being drenched continuously in front of wind blowers.  A source on set said “ Ankit had to shoot for more time under the rain as the scene also needed him to be drunk and plead with Ragini for forgiveness. He was so cold standing under the rain continuously that he refused to use a towel in between shots with the worry that a little bit of warmth would send his body in a freeze, he did not take any breaks and finished the shot. In fact the only saving grace for him was the wine he had, not to play the drunk character but to save himself from the severe chill. On being asked how was the experience Ankit said “The song is one of my favourites, and I play it whenever I am strumming the guitar. Shooting for the song had its challenges but it was also a lot of fun. The chemistry between both Anurag and Ragini is being appreciated by the audiences and it is heart-warming to receive the love of our fans”

Yukti Kapoor who plays Ragini was over the moon shooting for the rain special. She said that “It was a dream come true for me to be able to shoot a rain song. I think for an actress a rain song is one of those must do’s, this is my first rain number and I was thrilled that I got to perform on one my favourite songs wearing a chiffon red sari as red is one of my favourite colours.”

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