Bindass' Pyaar Ka The End
Shavez Khan in Bindass' Pyaar Ka The End
Endemol India’s episodic based show Pyaar Ka The End on Bindass has created quite a furor with its dark love stories.
Now in the coming episode viewers will get to see a story based on MMS scandal in the show. And playing the main negative in the tale will be Shavez Khan who has earlier being part of shows like Ek Hasina Thi, Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai, CID and Crime Patrol.
The guy will be seen as part of the gang who will target a newlywed couple and plant a hidden camera in their hotel room to record footage of their closeness. Along with his gang he would then plan to sell the video and earn easy money. How their actions hamper the couple’s relationship will be for viewers to see.
The racket of pornography and hidden camera footages will be presented in the episode and how a couple manages to deal with the aftermath of getting involved in such a case.
Talking on the same Shavez said, “It was a very interesting role and I really got to do some action sequences in the episode. Such things need to get highlighted so that people can be aware of it.”
The actor shot for the episode yesterday and it will air soon.
The good looking and talented Sanjay R Gagnani, who recently left his mark as a rockstar in Star Plus' Veera, is all set to be seen in an episode of Bindass' Pyaar Ka The End (Endemol India).
The episode will have Sanjay playing a rich spoilt brat and a college stud. He will cross all his limits to get what he would want in life. His act will victimise a girl who will be left scarred for life.
When a new guy will enter her life she would be then petrified of the fact that her past may spoil her future and that would lead her to take a step towards crime.
The role of the girl will be played by newbie Megha Sharma.
Can love and protection of one's self respect cause a person to take a drastic step?
To know more watch the episode this weekend.
We spoke to Sanjay who said, "It is a very interesting story and something which will keep viewers hooked to their seats. I would not give out the crux of the plot as it’s a thrilling tale."