Ram, Sakshi to steam up 'Bade...' again!
New Delhi: Popular TV actors Ram Kapoor and Sakshi Tanwar are set to get intimate once again on the popular show 'Bade Achhe Lagte Hain'.
Back in March 2012, both the protagonists had shot a consummation scene, which took the audiences by surprise as nothing so up close and personal was shown on the Indian small screen before.
But the mixed reactions to the scene have not deterred producer Ekta Kapoor from repeating an intimate scene on the family-based show again. The new episode will go on air on January 29.
"It will so happen that Ayesha (Chahat Khanna) will mix a date-rape drug in Ram's drink, and by mistake, Priya drinks it. When Ram sees Priya is feeling unwell, he takes her to a room to rest. But the two end up getting intimate again," a source told IANS.
'Bade Achhe Lagte Hain', aired on Sony TV, took a five-year leap last year.
It began as a story of a 40-plus rich hero in a marriage of convenience with a 30-plus middle-class lady.
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