Missed shooting light scenes in 'Qubool Hai': Surbhi Jyoti
Mumbai: Surbhi Jyoti, seen as Zoya in TV show 'Qubool Hai', is happy that the show is back on track and confesses that she missed shooting the light and happy scenes with her co-star Karan Grover, seen as Asad in it.
Currently, the show is focusing on the plotting and planning of Tanveer, played by Amrapali Gupta, and how she manipulates Asad to marry her. But in the coming episodes Asad will catch Tanveer red handed and would throw her out of his house.
With Tanveer's exit, Zoya and Asad's life normalises.
"We are enjoying the shoot very much as we four are together again, me, Nazma, Dilshad and Asad. So, we are back on the track, we are back to normal...doing happy and light scenes," Surbhi said here Wednesday on the set of the show.
"After Tanveer came in (the show), we missed those scenes very much but now we are doing those (light and happy) scenes again, so it's nice," she added.
Asked about confessing her love to Asad again in the show, she said: "Now we will disclose our desires to each other and the list is quite long. Let's see how many of them Mr. Khan is able to fulfil."
Written, directed and produced by Gul Khan, 'Qubool Hai' is telecast on Zee TV.
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