Vishwajeet Pradhan speaks about Prayag Yagya track in Shiv Shakti – Tap Tyag Taandav; calls it “significant milestone” of the tale

COLORS’ ‘Shiv Shakti – Tap Tyag Tandav’ has entrained audiences with its spellbinding depiction of the universe’s first love saga between Lord Shiv and Goddess Shakti. In the current storyline, after the sacred marriage between Lord Shiv and Goddess Sati, Prajapati Daksha decides to host Prayag Yagya, and invites Lord Shiv to attend it. The Yagya is a grand affair in the presence of greatest Devtas and Rishis. When Lord Shiv arrives at the Yagya, everyone insists him to lead the Yagya.

However, this enrages Daksha, who had planned to humiliate Lord Shiv and to his disappointment, his son-in-law is being praised by all. In a fit of rage, Daksha insults Lord Shiv and even curses Nandi. He then announces his plan to conduct an even bigger Yagya, and deliberately excludes Lord Shiv from the invitees. This sets the stage for a few colossal instances that change the course of the legendary saga of Shiv and Shakti.

Talking about Prayag Yagya, Vishwajeet Pradhan essaying the role of Prajapati Daksha shares, “Portraying Daksha in Shiv Shakti- Tap Tyag Tandav has been a surreal experience for me. Daksha exudes power and authority, yet he must deal with a few internal conflicts. I’m immensely grateful to see how audience have embraced me in the role of Daksha and showered love for this show.”

He concluded by saying, “My character’s arc arrives at a pivotal point with Prayag Yagya. Here’s where his disrespect towards Lord Shiv takes centre stage. The Yagya is a significant milestone in the epic tale of divine entities. I sincerely hope that our hard work in bringing this sequence to life resonates with the viewers and they continue to appreciate our efforts.”

‘Shiv Shakti – Tap Tyag Taandav’ airs every Monday to Sunday at 8:00 pm only on COLORS.

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