10 Aug 2023

Happu Ki Ultan Paltan’s Rajesh Singh, Aka Geetanjali Mishra, Explores Bhopal's Enchanting Lakeside Charm, Relished This Cuisine In City Of Lakes

Geetanjali Mishra's entry into &TV's Gharelu Comedy, Happu Ki Ultan Paltan, as the new Rajesh Singh (Rajjo), has generated immense excitement among the audience. The actor delighted fans by visiting Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh's capital, from August 8th to 9th.

During the trip, she connected with fans, explored historic sites, experienced boating on the upper lake, and indulged in delicious cuisine at Chowk Bazar. 



Connection with fans warmed my heart


Sharing her excitement, Geetanajli Mishra essaying Rajesh Singh’s role, said, “Exploring Bhopal was an enchanting journey. Amidst familiar visits, the heartfelt connection with Happu Ki Ultan Paltan fans warmed my heart. Many also inquired about Daroga Happu Singh Ji, and I jokingly responded, ‘He is busy with his police duties’ (laughs).” 

Bhopal's lakeside allure never diminishes


Speaking of rediscovering the city, Geetanjali added, “Bhopal's tranquil lakeside allure never diminishes. Indulging in Dal Bafla, Gulab Jamun, Mawa Baati, and treasured Bhopali Paan by the water's edge was pure delight. Each architectural marvel and historical aura embraced me anew, kindling an enduring fascination.

Geetanjali said further, “At Chowk Bazaar, I enjoyed shopping, gathering silver gems, velvet purses, handcrafted treasures, and timeless heirlooms. I was thrilled to see traditional Bhopali art and embroidered cushions. Bhopal's tender hold on my heart was reaffirmed – a love that only deepens with every visit.”

I had never imagined essaying a character I enjoyed watching


On her role as the new Rajesh Singh in Happu Ki Ultan Paltan, Geetanjali Mishra shared, “I am thrilled to have the opportunity to essay 'Rajesh,' one of India's most adored characters’ role. As a viewer, I have always loved watching the show for its captivating characters and entertaining storylines. The show never fails to entertain and always has something enjoyable and exciting for the audience. In my wildest dreams, I had never imagined essaying a character I enjoyed watching on television.”

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