Debina Bonnerjee enters Sony SAB’s fantasy show Aladdin: Naam Toh Suna Hoga
She joins show as the evil Mallika
Sony SAB’s fantasy show Aladdin: Naam Toh Suna Hoga has kept the excitement levels high for its audiences and is about to bring in some more thrill with a new entry. Although things seemed to be improving for Aladdin (Siddharth Nigam), with him and Yasmine (Avneet Kaur) coming together and Ammi (Smita Bansal) getting back both his sons – Aladdin and Ginoo (Raashul Tandon), things are about to take a disastrous turn.
The very glamorous Debina Bonnerjee is here to raise the excitement for the viewers of Aladdin- Naam Toh Suna Hoga as she is all set to don the role of Mallika, the ultimate villain. She will leave no efforts in turning Aladdin’s life upside down.
Sharing about her role, Debina said, “It is always exciting to portray a new role and with a fantasy show like Aladdin: Naam Toh Suna Hoga, the character is even more magical and grand. I am thrilled to be playing the role of Mallika in a story which has painted my childhood with beautiful memories. Mallika has been brought to life with immense care and thought. The mere look of the character speaks volumes about her significance in the show. I'm excited to play a negative character as she has so many layers to her personality to play with. I feel, Mallika will be a character I will always remember.”
Talking about her look, Debina shared, “It almost took 3.5 hours to perfect Mallika's look. While the look is grand, a lot of detail has gone into making her look inevitable and beautiful. It’s thrilling to adorn different make-up and play larger than life characters. I really look forward to portray Mallika at her full glory.”
Debina, who has previously been of the Sony SAB family, is overwhelmed to be coming back to the channel as she shares, “I’m a protégé of Sony SAB. At the time when I was playing monotonous, one kind of roles, Sony SAB helped me break that monotony and gave me a new identity. Being a part of Chidiya Ghar was a great thing that happened to me as the character got widely recognized by people.”