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Colors To Recreate Magnificent Mythological Show “Shiv-Shakti”.

With Shiv-Shakti - Tap Tyaag Taandav, Colors is set to once again cheer the audience with its mythological subgenre.

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The strength of love and dedication will take the main stage in Colors’ next production of “Shiv Shakti – Tap Tyaag Taandav” amid a world of fleeting uncertainty. ‘Shiv Shakti – Tap Tyaag Taandav’, created and produced by Siddharth Kumar Tewary’s Swastik Productions, stars Ram Yashvardhan, who is well-known for his performances in mythological programs, and Subha Rajput of ‘Ishqbaaz’ fame in the key roles of Shiv and Shakti, respectively.

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The program is anticipated to explore the earliest love tale in the history of the universe, tracing Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati’s journey of devotion, sacrifice, and separation, which is represented by Tap, Tyaag, and Taandav. Colours to recreate the Shiv-Shakti narrative for television; Ram Yashvardhan and Subha Rajput will star.

Ahead of the show’s premiere Shakti aka Subha Rajput added, “Shiv Shakti – Tap Tyaag Taandav depicts the grandest love story rooted in the themes of divinity, devotion, sacrifice, and duty. Both these deities are the reason why we trust that love is forever. What a privilege it is to have the chance to illustrate the glory of our gods through my craft!  Siddharth Kumar Tewary has a knack for enlivening mythological tales, and I’m blessed beyond belief to be part of his vision. I thank COLORS for canvassing this offering in the most magnificent way.”

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Ram Yashvardhan, who was chosen to play the part of Shiv, stated that it was a privilege to portray Lord Shiva in the Colors production Shiv Shakti – Tap Tyaag Taandav, which was developed by Siddharth Kumar Tewary, a master of mythological storytelling. This show offers a timeless love story that transcends all emotions in the midst of everything around us being fleeting. Being a Shiv bhakt myself, I see this show as a tribute to the supreme lord and much more than just a role. Many of us believe that labour is worship, and in my situation, it is true in both senses.

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