- Rohit Roy is all set for his comeback on TV with the 'Sanjivani' reboot
- "Can't wait to work with the guy I started my career with," he said
- He also shared a photo with the cast of the 'Sanjivani' reboot
Actor Rohit Roy, who is making a comeback on the small screen with the reboot of the popular TV show Sanjivani, says he cannot wait to share screen with actor Mohnish Bahl, with whom he had started his career in the 1990s.
Rohit on Friday tweeted a photograph of himself along with the cast and crew of the show and captioned it: "Back on TV in the much awaited Sanjivani reboot!"
"Can't wait to share screen space with the guy I started my career with... Mohnish Bahl! And of course, my darling Surbhi Chandna and the rest of the stellar cast!"
And the second announcement! Back on tv in the much awaited #Sanjivani reboot!!! Can't wait to share screen space with the guy who I started my career with... Mohnish bahl!! And of course, my darling @SurbhiChandna n the rest of the stellar cast! Congrats @sidpmalhotrapic.twitter.com/Ygq2bIh6lt— Rohit Bose Roy (@rohitroy500) June 14, 2019
Producer Siddharth P. Malhotra tweeted: "Sanjivani - it's old world charm and gen-next energy featuring Mohnish, Gurdip, Rohit, Sayantani Ghosh the much awaited leads Surbhi and Namit Khanna with many more to fill your hearts and screens with love and warmth! Wish us love and luck."
#Sanjivani - it's old world charm &gen next energy feat @mohnish_bahl@gurdippunjj@rohitroy500#sayantanighosh the much awaited leads @officialsurbhic & #namitkhanna with many more to fill your hearts and screens with love and warmth !Wish us love and luck @StarPluspic.twitter.com/lsUEbLjcvZ— siddharth malhotra (@sidpmalhotra) June 14, 2019
The reboot of the medical drama will also star Sayantani Ghosh, Surbhi Chandna and Namit Khanna.
Sanjivani, which aired on 2002, narrated the story about four medical interns Juhi Singh, Rahul Mehra, Simran Chopra and Omi Joshi and the trials and tribulations they face to fight a constant battle against diseases and death of patients while balancing their professional and personal life.
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