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Ram Kapoor-Sakshi Tanwar return post Dubai fiasco

Mumbai, July 13 (IBNS): The lead pair of popular Indian serial 'Bade Achhe Lagte Hain', Ram Kapoor and Sakshi Tanwar, have returned to Mumbai after their shooting schedules in Dubai were halted due to some shooting permission related troubles.

Actor Ram Kapoor tweeted on Friday that he and co-star Sakshi have returned to India without any problem.

"We ran into some permission problems so we has to stop the shoot but that's all. Both Sakshi and me are back in Mumbai without any problem," Kapoor tweeted.

Kapoor also rubbished reports that said he and Sakshi were under house arrest in Dubai.

He said: "Hi all! There are rumors that Sakshi and I are under house arrest in Dubai. So just clarifying that all that is utter nonsense!!"

Earlier, reports said the cast and crew of the serial were put under house arrest in Dubai after troubles erupted in connection to the shooting for the serial in the Asian city.

The unit was reportedly shooting on the streets and at shopping malls in the city without the required shoot clearance papers and the local authorities objected when they came to know about the matter.

Meanwhile, the popular serial that is watched by innumerable numbers of TV-viewers across the globe witnessed the much-awaited twist recently as the serial took a five-year leap.

Post-leap, the serial showed lead character Priya settled in Dubai with her daughter.

Producer Ekta Kapoor has also introduced Priya (Sakshi) and Ram's cute daughter Peehu, played by Amrita, in the latest episodes.

Moreover, keeping pace with the twist and turns, actor-anchor Samir Kochhar has made an entry in the serial.

He is playing a business tycoon named Rajat Kapoor.

According to reports, viewers will now see a love triangle between Ram, Priya and Rajat with the entry of Samir.



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