Divyenndu has been on a promotional spree for his latest crime-thriller ‘Bicchoo Ka Khel’ and has been leaving no stone unturned to make sure the show by ALTBalaji & ZEE5 Club creates good buzz among the viewers, especially the content-hungry ones.
After performing the special Ganga aarti at Varanasi seeking blessings for the show before its release, Divyenndu recently visited the city of Nawabs – Lucknow for a promotional city tour. The young actor had a whale of a time interacting with the local media and visiting popular chaat house in the city (as seen in the picture).
Divyenndu says, “I am very fortunate that the people of Lucknow have always showered upon their love and support on me. The city has been very lucky for me and it plays a very important role in my career. I love Lucknowi biryani (pulao) and I feel that all the ingredients put in the local delicacies are in equal measure, that’s why it tastes so good. Ye shahar itna pyaara hai ki yahaan ki gaali, gaali nahi lagti!”
The show has got a tremendous response from the audience, fraternity and critics alike. The gripping narrative, stupendous performances by the ensemble cast, local Varanasi backdrop and the rustic retro music has been a hit amongst the audience.
It is the vision of content czarina Ekta Kapoor, whose eye for always bringing out the great talent in the limelight, that should be credited. Only she could do justice to the versatile talent like Divyenndu, by giving him the right character.
‘Bicchoo Ka Khel’ has certainly created a buzz amongst the viewers and has seasoned actors from the film, television, and OTT world. The star cast includes Divyenndu, Anshul Chauhan, and Zeishan Quadri, along with Satyajit Sharma, Rajesh Sharma, Abhishek Chauhan, Gagan Anand, Akanksha Thakur, and Abhinav Anand.
Already successfully streaming on ALTBalaji and ZEE5 from 18th November, ‘Bicchoo Ka Khel’ is a crime thriller that revolves around the story of Akhil, a budding writer whose life is nothing less than a roller-coaster ride, with twists and turns to keep you at the edge of your seat.