Avinash Mishra on working with Neha Solanki in Star Plus show ‘Titli’

Azha Khan



Star Plus is gearing up for the launch of its new show ‘Titli’, an unusual and “never-seen-before” love story.

Neha Solanki will be seen essaying the titular role of ‘Titli’. It is a love story where a joyful and vibrant girl named Titli is on a quest to find her ideal man and live a fairytale life with him. But will it be a happily ever after? Avinash Mishra plays the character of Garv opposite Neha Solanki, ‘Titli’.

The show is all set to hit the television screens from today. The audience to witness varied shades of emotions of Titli and Garv in the show and the emotional turmoil that ‘Titli’ goes through.

Ever since the makers have dropped the promos of the show ‘Titli’, fans have been awaiting the release of the show and are admiring the chemistry of Neha Solanki and Avinash Mishra as ‘Titli’ and Garv respectively.

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Avinash Mishra who essays the role of Garv in the Star Plus show Titli shares, “The character of Garv is an interesting one. It is very different from those that I have portrayed previously. Garv is an imperfect person but with good intentions. Titli is the story of how we often blur the lines in relationships, between what is love and what crosses the line. Nowadays, we term it as red flags in a relationship. I am very excited to be a part of the show, it is a very fresh concept, Neha, I and the cast and crew have worked very hard for the show and now we cannot wait the audience to witness the magic. The show is a need of an hour and witnessing the things happening around me, this show will enlighten this generation about red and green flags in a relationship”

Star Plus is well-known for delivering intriguing content for its viewers. It would be apt to say that this channel, in particular, is a hub where the audience, go through a plethora of emotions while viewing its amazing lineup of highly engaging shows.

‘Titli’ produced by Story Square Productions, launches Tuesday 6th June at 23:00 (India) and 19:00 (UK).