Would love to do a fiction show on TV: Mugdha Godse

Panaji, Dec 8 (IANS) Former beauty queen Mugdha Godse, who has worked in films like “Fashion” and “All the Best: Fun Begins”, says she would love to do a fiction show on television as the small screen industry is growing very vast and has “beautiful” content.

“TV is growing so vast. Beautiful shows are coming up, and some of the shows are very good. I would love to do a nice fiction TV if something comes my way,” Mugdha told IANS.

The actress, who was last seen on the big screen in Hindi film “Bezubaan Ishq”, is, in the meanwhile, participating in the forthcoming couple-based reality show “Power Couple” with her beau Rahul Dev. The show is an adaptation of an eponymous Israel-based show.

Mugdha says she chose to do this show as it’s all about love.

“When we (Rahul and I) heard about what this show is about, it sounded very good. It’s with your partner, it’s all about love,” she said.

Rahul, a popular model of his time and an actor who made his Bollywood debut in 1997, has never been a part of the small screen. He says that for him, doing “Power Couple” is like doing his “first film”

“For me, it was a bit of both. The concept of the show and love… I am not from the TV space… It’s like starting to do my first film. It’s the same butterflies in the stomach and the other butterfly is that you are doing it with your partner,” Rahul said.

“Power Couple”, to be aired on Sony Entertainment Television channel starting December 12, will see multiple celebrity couples undertaking physical and mental tasks for compatibility. The show, which was launched here and is being shot in the picturesque Goa, will be co-hosted by Arbaaz Khan and Malaika Arora Khan.

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