Sony Entertainment Television’s mythological narrative Yashomati Maiyaa Ke Nandlala continues to make a special place in the viewer’s hearts with a beautiful story of a mother-son bond from Yashoda’s (Neha Sargam) point of view. Celebrating the ‘Krishna Janmotsav’ and entering the 3-year leap, viewers have been witnessing how Kanha has been inquisitive about the world outside and Yashoda on the other hand is still caring and protecting him. leap of 3 years. Joining the narrative will now be popular actor, Atul Parchure who will be seen portraying the role of ‘Sahukaar.’
A greedy character by nature, Shaukaar tries to loot and dupe the Gokulwasis. Lord Krishna as a curious child will be seen stepping out into the market with Maiyaa Yashoda and Nand for the first time. This is when Maiyaa Yashoda enlightens her Kanha about the values of life and the difference between good and bad, highlighting the harm that greed brings into people’s lives.
Atul Parchure essaying Sahukaar shares his excitement about joining the mythological show, “I have mostly been associated with comic roles. This is the first time that I am playing a negative character in a mythological show. When this role was offered to me, I was very excited to have received such an opportunity to associate with such a successful show and Sony TV.”
“The character of Sahukaar is very different. It is negative but the viewers will surely be left in splits. I have had a great experience shooting with the cast. Trisha is a very hard-working child. When I came on the set the first day, my new face made her curious, just like Lord Krishna. She especially came to meet me, and I had a great time with her during all the days I shot with her. I hope that the viewers like my character and pour their love as they have until now,” he adds.