The Pataudi Palace located in Pataudi at the outskirts of Delhi is one of the most pristine structures that a special clan of visitors has the fortune to set their eyes on. The ancestral palace has seen different generations of Pataudi walk through its spacious lawns and corridors. Never ever till date has any entertainment launch event happened at this regal location. For the first time ever in the history of Pataudi palace, a television show was launched on the palace grounds. Star Plus’ upcoming show ‘Yehh Jadu Hai Jinn Ka’ which will showcase the story of a Nawab – Aman Junaid Khan played by Vikram Singh Chauhan who has magical powers. Also, the story will feature Roshni played by Aditi Sharma who has a positive aura and a past that’s hidden from the world.
Both the lead actors Vikram and Aditi got the golden opportunity to visit the Pataudi palace. And also do a photoshoot at different beautiful places in the palace. The highlight of the event was that both of them got to sit in the Diwan-E-Khaas area. Which is not allowed to everyone. This special room as the name suggests is tastefully decorated with elaborate paintings, archaic furniture and a vintage Persian carpet! The room is illuminated with an elegant chandelier. Stepping into it makes the visitor travel back in time to the age of kings and queens. Also, the room is decorated with photos of the earlier generations of the Pataudis. The one who walked through its corridors that make it a matter of pride for any visitor to get to experience such an important part of the history of the Nawabs.
Vikram Singh Chauhan who plays the lead role in Yehh Jadu Hai Jinn Ka said,
“We did the launch activity at Pataudi palace in Delhi and I have to say it was an amazing experience. Nawabon ke Mahal mein hua Nawabon ke kahani ka launch! On top of it, no has ever launched a show at the iconic Pataudi Palace. The splendour, magnitude of the palace left all of us stunned. It felt as if we had taken a trip down the memory lane which reminds one of the pride of Nawabs.”
Watch ‘Yehh Jadu Hai Jinn Ka’ from 14th October only on Star Plus every Monday to Friday at 8.30 pm