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Saraswatichandra to go off air, Gautam Rode tweets last day pics with Jennifer Winget and crew

Dailybhaskar.com | Last Modified - Sep 21, 2014, 02:21 PM IST

Rumours about the show going off air were rife since the last four-five months, however nothing was confirmed officially.
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    Saraswatichandra, popular daily soap aired on Star Plus, will soon come to an end with its last episode being telecast on 20th September. The show will end on a happy note with Kumud, played by Jennifer Winget and Saras, essayed by Gautam Rode, blessed with a baby girl, who they will name as Sanskriti.
    The shooting for the last episode was wrapped up recently, and the show’s leading star Gautam shared some candid pics of the day on Twitter.
    Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s first TV production was inspired by novelist Govardhanram Tripathi’s 1887 book and Govind Saraiya’s 1968 movie of the same name.
    Rumours about the show going off air were rife since the last four-five months, however nothing was confirmed officially.
    So, now with the programme finally bidding adieu, click to take a look what were the show’s stars upto, on the last day.
  • +3 See more slides
    Saraswatichandra, popular daily soap aired on Star Plus, will soon come to an end with its last episode being telecast on 20th September. The show will end on a happy note with Kumud, played by Jennifer Winget and Saras, essayed by Gautam Rode, blessed with a baby girl, who they will name as Sanskriti.
    The shooting for the last episode was wrapped up recently, and the show’s leading star Gautam shared some candid pics of the day on Twitter.
    Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s first TV production was inspired by novelist Govardhanram Tripathi’s 1887 book and Govind Saraiya’s 1968 movie of the same name.
    Rumours about the show going off air were rife since the last four-five months, however nothing was confirmed officially.
    So, now with the programme finally bidding adieu, click to take a look what were the show’s stars upto, on the last day.
  • +3 See more slides
    Saraswatichandra, popular daily soap aired on Star Plus, will soon come to an end with its last episode being telecast on 20th September. The show will end on a happy note with Kumud, played by Jennifer Winget and Saras, essayed by Gautam Rode, blessed with a baby girl, who they will name as Sanskriti.
    The shooting for the last episode was wrapped up recently, and the show’s leading star Gautam shared some candid pics of the day on Twitter.
    Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s first TV production was inspired by novelist Govardhanram Tripathi’s 1887 book and Govind Saraiya’s 1968 movie of the same name.
    Rumours about the show going off air were rife since the last four-five months, however nothing was confirmed officially.
    So, now with the programme finally bidding adieu, click to take a look what were the show’s stars upto, on the last day.
  • +3 See more slides
    Saraswatichandra, popular daily soap aired on Star Plus, will soon come to an end with its last episode being telecast on 20th September. The show will end on a happy note with Kumud, played by Jennifer Winget and Saras, essayed by Gautam Rode, blessed with a baby girl, who they will name as Sanskriti.
    The shooting for the last episode was wrapped up recently, and the show’s leading star Gautam shared some candid pics of the day on Twitter.
    Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s first TV production was inspired by novelist Govardhanram Tripathi’s 1887 book and Govind Saraiya’s 1968 movie of the same name.
    Rumours about the show going off air were rife since the last four-five months, however nothing was confirmed officially.
    So, now with the programme finally bidding adieu, click to take a look what were the show’s stars upto, on the last day.

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