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Rama risks his life in Sony SAB’s Tenali Rama

Punjab Tribune Bureau | January 10, 2019 12:28 PM

Sony SAB’s Tenali Rama continues to remain an audience’s favorite with its interesting storyline and appealing characters. Continuing the rift between Tathacharya and Rama, Tathacharya (Pankaj Berry) leaves no stone unturned to demoralize Rama (Krishna Bharadwaj).

 

In an upcoming track, Tathacharya plans on distracting Rama with multiple problems so that he is unable to concentrate on any one with full attention. Meanwhile, Shaitaan Singh who is known for challenging, defeating and killing warriors; comes to the darbaar with a challenge for the King. However, considering the fact that King’s property will be at stake, Rama jumps in between and accepts the challenge for himself, putting his family and property at risk. Meanwhile, Tathacharya, with his evil motives, instigates rebellion in educated unemployed youth of the kingdom lead by Divodas to put up a protest. While the group, led by Divodas, claims Chakrapani’s education to be worthless, Rama takes it to him to prove them wrong.

 

Will Rama find a way to prove the worth of Guru Chakrapani while trying to save himself from Shaitaan Singh?

 

Pankaj Berry, essaying the role of Tathacharya said, “Tathacharya constantly tries to come with newer tricks and tactics to put down Rama. The upcoming episodes are sure to enthrall viewers; as Rama comes across multiple challenges at a time. Regardless of the on-screen rivalry, it is a lot of fun to shoot with the entire cast of Tenali Rama and we hope to continue entertaining our audience.”

For more, keep watching Tenali Rama Monday to Friday at 8 pm only on Sony SAB

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