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Saturday, January 29, 2011

Pyaar Mein Twist – Pyaar Mein Twist on Star Plus – Pyaar Mein Twist TV Serial Introduces Hilarious Events in the Lives of the Newly Wed Amol and Rekha

Pyaar Mein Twist on Star Plus
Pyaar Mein Twist is a new serial on Star Plus starting on 29th January, 2011. Pyaar Mein Twist on Star Plus airs every Saturday and Sunday at 10 PM in India. Pyaar Mein Twist TV serial is based on the hilarious events in the lives of the newly married - Amol and Rekha.

Pyaar Mein Twist Casts:

Rekha:

Roshni Chopra has played the character of Rekha in Pyaar Mein Twist. She is a beautiful and bubbly girl and she believes in living life to the fullest like Geet of Love U Zindagi. She is rich and enjoys life spending money. Rekha is completely opposite of Amol. She is modern and extrovert in Pyaar Mein Twist on Star Plus. Roshni Chopra was earlier seen in Comedy Circus Teen Ka Tadka and Aahat. She was the winner of Desi Girl also.

Amole Desai:

Manish Paul has played the character of Amol in Pyaar Mein Twist TV serial. He belongs to a small village of Gujarat. Amol is a lovable and faithful husband. He is a well-disciplined geek. Manish Paul was earlier seen in Laughter Ke Phatke, Dance India Dance Li'l Masters, Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Singing Superstar and Comedy Circus Ka Jadoo.

Bharti Singh of Jubilee Comedy Circus as Rekha’s mother and Rakesh Bedi of Ring Wrong Ring are also leading casts of Pyaar Mein Twist serial. Vicky and Bobby are also leading characters in Pyaar Mein Twist.

Pyaar Mein Twist Story:

Pyaar Mein Twist story is based on a lovely couple “made for each other”. The romantic couple wants to live life happily but sadness is poured by the world.

Amole Desai in Pyar Mein Twist is seen as a replica of Amole Palekar. Amol works in a small firm. He shares his house with two other roommates on rental basis.

On the other hand, Pyar Mein Twist serial is featured with Rekha who is a rich and beautiful girl. Rekha and Amol create a scene like Nargis and Sunil Dutt. Rekha’s mother is just like Charulata. Watch Pyar Mein Twist on Star Plus to know how the couple begins their married life.

First Episode of Pyaar Mein Twist:

First episode of Pyaar Mein Twist begins with Amol. He is a geek. He is telling his own story. He lives with her two friends – Vicky and Bobby. They are very smart.

Amol has been falling in love with Rkha for last 5 years but she never has seen towards him. One day, Amol helps Rekha from some goons. After that Rekha concentrates on him.

Rohit comes with precious gifts in the house of Rekha to get marry. But she doesn’t like him. Rekha’s mother has taken a hard decision about the marriage of Rekha.

Now, Rekha decides to meet Amol. On the other hand, Amol has also decided to express his emotions to Rekha. They meet. Amol is again not able to say anything Rekha. Now, Rekha proposed to get marry. It was the unbelievable situation for Amol.

First episode of Pyaar Mein Twist was an introductory episode about Amol and Rekha’s marriage. We enjoyed much with the funniest characters and their hilarious acts.

About Pyaar Mein Twist:

Pyar Mein Twist is a new series on Star Plus based on romantic comedy. The serial is based a quite opposite couple. Both have no match but they get married. No one can believe that Amol is married with Rekha.

Star Plus launches Pyaar Mein Twist, the funniest Show for the weekend along with Wife Bina Life.

The Channel is back with comic series after the great success of family and social drama Shows such as - Behenein, Gulaal, Kaali- Ek Agnipariksha, Pratigya, Maryada, Sasural Genda Phool and Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai.

Pyaar Mein Twist producers are Nila Aasit Modi and Aasitkumar Modi. It is directed by Dharampal Thakur. Funniest acts, dialogues of characters and hilarious situations of Pyaar Mein Twist are really very appreciating. The serial is based on an imaginary love story with an unmatched couple. They are attacked by relative and friends in a comic manner to get separated. Watch Pyaar Mein Twist on Star Plus every Saturday and Sunday at 10 PM in India.

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