Bhopal : With the Hindi GEC gamut churning the usual saasbahu related kitchen politics and supernatural stories to the audience, Life OK brings to you, a story from the heartland of India, the saga of Rangeela ananti-hero, who is fearless, ferocious yet a man puppet in Berahampur.
Starring Param Singh as Ghulaam, VikkasManaktala as his master, Niti Taylor as Shivani, the lead and Ridheema Tiwari as Maldawali, the supporting lead, all the characters in the show are well-crafted and really powerful in their own way. It’s been only 3 months that the show went on-air, however the popularity of the show is immense and growing day by day.
The show is inspired from real life instances which are prevalent in our country but have not been depicted before. Hence through Ghulaam, these events such as rape, making women go bald, etc are getting a platform to be shown as most of these cases go unreported. These shocking visuals, edge of seat moment, and constant twists in the plot is what is keeping the audience engaged with the show and making them sit up and take notice of the ‘never seen before’ ordeal of women and a story of a tamed lion.
Ridheema Tiwari is seen essaying the role of negative lead,Maldawali. He character is bold, powerful and very different from other characters in the Hindi GEC space. Commenting on the same she says, “The way the role of Maldawali is presented is like a dream. It’s an extremely powerful role, clad in the best of sarees. Maldawali is unpredictable in her actions; hence I feel it’s a special role.”
Her character Maldawali is quite bold. Ask her how she manages to get into her character and she quips, “When I wear my clothes as Maldawali, I evolve. I strongly believe that in order to convince others, one should first convince the inner core. The attitude and manner in which you carry yourself is also very important. You have to maintain a great posture, elegance and at the same time look confident. I love the fact that people are enjoying my character on the show.”