Trouble is on its way, in the Telugu TV show Muddha Mandaram. Abhi and Soundarya (played by Pavan Sae and Thanuja Gowda) are both on the radar now. Recently, they performed the play Varundhini Pravarakhya in their college and displayed their talents in front of hundreds of people. In the audience were also the long-surviving members of the Ghattammaneni family — Bhavani and Akhilandeswari (played by Haritha). She has been looking for Soundarya to say thanks and Bhavani has been looking for the same girl to tear her into pieces for messing with Chaitra. Along with Soundarya, Akhilandeswari is also hunting for Abhi, who has stolen her wealth with extreme ease. What happens when one knows of their lineage?
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In the preview for the episode airing on July 3, we see that Surya, Chandrika and Abhi are sitting on the sofa in Soundarya’s house. Soundarya is standing close to them, next to her mother Sarsu. The whole gang is joking and laughing. Sarsu, too, joins them silently. However, Gani is missing from the picture. That’s when Abhi’s phone rings and he tries to speak to someone he refers to as ‘Babai‘. Due to low network, Abhi gets up from his seat and starts wandering around. Before leaving, he thanks Sarsu for everything and asks for leave.
Just as Abhi turns around and walks towards the door, Gani steps into the living room. He sees this mysterious boy, finally, but still is unable to see his face. Among them all, it is Gani who will be able to connect the hidden dots. If Soundarya is his daughter and a lookalike of Parvathi, Abhi is the lost son of the late Deva and Parvathi, who resembles Deva completely. The chances of Gani seeing Deva seem to be high right now. But will he really be able to see him? Will he know that a reincarnation of Pedda Babu still lives and that too, extremely close to his daughter? On seeing Abhi, will Gani let Soundarya inch any closer to him? Or will his decision to leave the place and the people become firmer than ever before? Stay tuned for more updates.
In the meantime, check out Kalyana Vaibhogam on ZEE5.