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Ajay Singh Chaudhary: My First Visit To Taj Mahal Will Always Be Special

Actor Ajay Singh Chaudhary, who is currently shooting in Lucknow for Inspector Avinash, took some time out from his busy schedule to visit one of the wonders of the world: The Taj Mahal.

Ace and bonafide TV star Ajay Singh Chaudhary who is known for his strong performances in telly land and rules hearts of his fans and audiences from past so many years, recently impressed the critics and netizens with his remarkable portrayal of a RAW agent in the critically acclaimed series Crackdown that was released last year in September 2020 on Voot Select and got an impressive rating of 7 out of a 10 on IMDB. Latest exciting news in same is that in his recent interview, Ajay Singh Chaudhary says my first visit to Taj Mahal will always be special.

Sharing more details about his memorable visit to Taj Mahal in Agra, Ajay Singh Chaudhary says my first visit to Taj Mahal will always be special.

Spilling more beans on his recent visit to the architectural wonder, Ajay Singh Chaudhary says my first visit to Taj Mahal will always be special.

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Actor Ajay Singh Chaudhary, who is currently shooting in Lucknow for another much awaited digital webseries titled Inspector Avinash that also marks the digital debut of ace Bollywood star Randeep Hooda in OTT world, took some time out from his busy schedule to visit one of the wonders of the world: The Taj Mahal.

Speaking about his memorable visit to the architectural wonder, Ajay says, “This was my first visit to the Taj Mahal and it will be embedded in my memory forever. I have visited places near the Taj Mahal but couldn’t actually visit it. This time, we were shooting nearby and I was determined to visit”.

Ajay was completely mesmerized by the way the monument was designed and opening up about the same, he added, “I love the colour of ivory-white in the monument. It is truly fascinating how the monument was built so that the view is the same no matter what angle you observe it from.  The planning and it’s execution get full marks. We were lucky since the day we visited the monument, the underground area containing the tombs of Shah Jahan and Mumtaz was open. It is only kept open twice a year so we were extremely fortunate to have visited on one of those days. The whole place gives you a vibe of peace. This monument has been known as the ultimate symbol of love since Shah Jahan made this in the memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz. I would love to go back to the place and with my wife Jyoti. While visiting the monument, I realised that we should take care of all our heritage monuments because the effort invested is huge. It should be protected and preserved so that people can see it for a long time”.

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