ZaynIbad Khan is happy that his show connects with the younger generation

ZaynIbad Khan is happy that his show connects with the younger generation

Zayn Ibad Khan, who plays the role of Angre in the show Ishq Mein Marjawan 2, says he loves how people from all age-groups follow the show. “This is one of the main reasons that attracted me to do this show because it is not the usual saas-bahu saga and you don’t need to do one monotonous thing for years. I knew our show would connect with the younger audience also. Nowadays, usually everyone consumes content on Netflix and Amazon, but our show is a thriller and so the younger generation also loves to watch it. I am thankful to everyone who is loving our show, they are showing their love through social media on each and every character,” he says.

He adds, “We don’t know the storyline in advance, we only get to know a day before or sometimes even on the same day, on the sets, because the makers don’t want us to get mentally prepared about the sequence. So, every day is new for us. We are totally oblivious about what is going to happen and what we will be doing in the next track.” 

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