Ever since its first episode aired, Zee TV’s Teri Meri Ikk Jindri has been successful in entertaining the masses through its unique love story of two starkly different personalities - Mahi (Amandeep Sidhu) and Jogi (Adhvik Mahajan). The duo has managed to capture everyone’s hearts with their striking chemistry and adorable love story. Though their relationship has been developing and the two have come really close, numerous twists due to other characters of the show have left their relationship unsettled in the past. In fact, Jogi’s childhood friend, Avneet (Aalisha Panwar) is the most recent addition to this list. She has already begun to make Mahi feel slightly envious due to the close bond that she shares with Jogi.
While Avneet and Jogi may be the best of friends onscreen, Adhvik and Aalisha also go way back in real life. In fact, they have been close colleagues for quite some time now and their friendly chemistry was quite visible when the duo recently shot for a scene in which they are hanging out together. They are seen gorging on the most popular candies and sweets from the 90s while reminiscing their childhood memories. In reality too, Adhvik and Aalisha couldn’t help but reminisce their childhood while relishing these yummy delicacies.
Sharing his thoughts on this scene, Adhvik Mahajan mentioned, “I am someone who is extremely fond of sweets, be it our Indian mithai or even the small toffees and candies. So, the day we were shooting this particular sequence for Teri Meri Ikk Jindri, I had already made up my mind to take back half of the sweets that the crew had got for the scene. In fact, I even had the chance to eat quite a few of them while shooting itself and undoubtedly, a lot of nostalgic memories came rushing to my mind. While I do tend to eat some of these sweets on and off, I kept recalling the moment when my parents would get me the small cup of jellies and how we used to share a box of those Phantom sugar cigarettes with our friends. I also enjoyed eating the pink candy floss because it constantly reminded me of the time when we used to call it ‘Buddhi ke Baal’ (laughs) and I am sure most of us still do. It was a great experience because this was unlike any scene that we have shot for the show till now. So, undeniably I had the most amazing time shooting for this, especially with Aalisha since we are such close friends and share a fun rapport off-screen.”