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Govind Khatri To Portray A Pivotal Role On Mere Sai: Shraddha Aur Saburi

Govind Khatri will undoubtedly make a memorable entrance in the show, as he has been praised for his great acting ability.

A well-known name in the television industry, Govind Khatri is currently seen portraying a pivotal role of Kakasaheb Dixit in Sony Entertainment Television’s Mere Sai: Shraddha Aur Saburi. Essaying the role of a lawyer, Govind’s character Kakasaheb works for the British Government and is unaware of Sai Baba’s teachings. On the other hand, he is also dealing with a lot of personal issues as well. During his visit to Shirdi, he aims to attend to his personal work, contest in the upcoming elections and also, learn more about Sai Baba’s divinity.

But opposing to this, everyone, including his parental aunt try their best to move him away from Sai but fail as Kakasaheb goes on to become one of the most divine bhakts of Sai Baba. Remarking on his role, Govind Khatri says, “Kaasaheb Dixit who was a lawyer achieved a lot of success in his life yet, he was not happy because of the inferiority complex he felt. But, it changes completely as soon as he meets Sai Baba and learns about his divinity. When the makes approached me for the role and narrated the script to me, I immediately said yes. My family and I are huge Sai Baba devotees and, I believe that the show Mere Sai covers topics that are important to society. I am honoured to be a part of the show.”

Elaborating further on his role, he shares, “Every track has its own set of lessons, and the show has succeeded in instilling the correct set of values in the audience. There is always something to take away.”

Sai Baba would have an impact on Kakasaheb as soon as he meets him for the first time and eventually makes him his follower through his divinity which helps Kaka to solve his personal issues as well. Govind Khatri will undoubtedly make a memorable entrance in the show, as he has been praised for his great acting ability in all of his previous performances.

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