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These are the real life partners of 'Shaktimaan' TV serial stars, see photos

1. Deepshikha Nagpal:

These are the real life partners of 'Shaktimaan' TV serial stars, see photos
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Deepshikha Nagpal played a negative role in the TV serial Shaktimaan. Let me tell you that he played the role of Paroma / Sherali in this serial which used to work for that Tamraj Kilwish. Her husband's name is Keshav Arora. They both got married in the year 2012.

2. Raju Srivastava:

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Raju Srivastava is one of the most popular artists in India. Let me tell you that he has also worked in the TV show Shaktimaan. He played the role of TV channel editor Dhurandhar Singh in this serial. His beautiful wife's name is Shikha Srivastava.

3. Ashwini Kalsekar:

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Ashwini Kalsekar has worked in many big TV serials in her career including Shaktimaan. She played the role of Tamaraj Kilwish's slave black cat in the serial Shaktimaan. Let me tell you that well-known Bollywood actor Murali Sharma is her husband.

4. Surendra Pal-

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Surendra Pal had created a huge recognition among the audience by playing the role of Tamraj Kilwish in the serial Shaktimaan. He has millions of fans across India. Let me tell you that that the name of Surendra Pal's wife is Shakuntala.

5. Vaishnavi Mahant:

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Vaishnavi was the lead actress of the serial Shaktimaan in which she played the role of Geeta Vishwas. Vaishnavi Mahant worked in the serial Shaktimaan for 520 episodes. Her acting was very much liked by the audience. Vaishnavi's husband name is Leslie Macdonald.

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my only childhood memory of tv serial.

6 Months ago

Somba Lomz

You don't know the difference of He and She huh?

6 Months ago


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