Zee Tv’s most popular show Brahmarakshas is one of the most loved shows of the small screen. The show has interested the viewers with its unique content. Although the plot is fictional, viewers enjoy watching Brahmarakshas week after week. The show, being a Balaji Telefilms’ production, has most actors from Ekta Kapoor’s shows only. And now we hear that yet another actor for the producer’s popular telly saga Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi has been roped in. can you guess who the actor is. Well, she is none other than Tulsi Virani’s very own mother-in-law. Yes, we are talking about Apara Mehta.
Apara will make an interesting entry right when there will be a lot of drama going on in the show. She will feature as Rishab’s (Aham Sharma) dadi. Apara plays a positive role in the show and will share a great chemistry with Raina (Krystle D’Souza). She will enter right after Rishab’s family are celebrating the joy of Raina officially becoming a part of their family.
Rishab’s mother wants Raina to marry her son so that she can stay with them as a family. However, their joy is soon disrupted with Brahmarakshas’ entry. Everyone was rejoicing that the demon is dead and now all their problems have ended. But he is back and will not leave anyone who planned to kill him this time. Aparjita is in a fix since she still has a threat from the demon. She has heard Raina telling Rishab that she knows how to kill Brahmarakshas and The key to his death is written in a book. (ALSO READ: Brahmarakshas, Shakti-Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki skyrocket to the top; defeat Kumkum Bhagya: BARC Report)
Aparjita decides to get that book somehow and kill Brahmarakshas herself before he kills her. So now it would be interesting to see if she will be successful in her plans? Will Rishab’s dadi help Raina in exposing Aparjita? Will everyone find out that Aparjita is the real reason behind thakur’s transformation into demon? (ALSO READ: OMG! Brahmarakshas to die; is the Zee TV show going off air?)
Apara Mehta was also a part of Zee TV show Jamai Raja. She is a theatre artist and worked in number of plays which include Khichdi, Ek Mahal Ho Sapno Ka, Saat Phere.