Here's Some Good News For RadhaKrishn Fans! Actor Rohan Birla Confirms His Comeback In The Show As Sudama - EXCLUSIVE

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Rohan Birla became a household name after playing the role of Sudama in RadhaKrishn and now we hear, he will be making an appearance in the Janmashtami special episode of the show.

In the upcoming episode, Krishna (Sumedh Mudgalkar) will inform Radha (Mallika Singh) that on Janmashtami someone special in his life is going to come to them. Krishna wanted to keep this a surprise and hadn't revealed anything about this 'special one'. During the Janmashtami celebration, Sudama will make an entry, which will leave Radha amazed. ALSO READ: RadhaKrishn Actors Sumedh Mudgalkar And Mallika Singh On Reports Of Their Show Going Off Air, Love For Holi And Much More- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

When contacted Rohan, who has been a part of TV shows such as Chakradhari Ajay Krishna, Mere Sai - Shraddha Aur Saburi said, "Yes I am coming back to the show. RadhaKrishn is close to my heart, that's why when I was approached for this special episode I couldn't say no. It's a short-yet-sweet comeback in the show." ALSO READ: RadhaKrishn Actor Sumedh Mudgalkar Will Not Celebrate Diwali At His Hometown, Here's Why? EXCLUSIVE


Rohan recently shot the episode in Umbergaon. Talking about his shooting experience, Rohan said, "Set is full of positive vibes and all the cast and crew members are just amazing. I thoroughly enjoyed shooting with Sumedh and Mallika."

Rohan took a small break after doing Mere Sai, in which he played the role of Uddhav. When quizzed about what kind of roles he is looking forward to, Rohan says, "I am a greedy actor and don't believe in restricting myself to a certain genre or medium. I am looking forward to playing a role which would challenge me as an actor. I like exploring my acting skills and would love to portray characters with varied shades."

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