The show Aladdin: Naam Toh Suna Hoga is back while redefining its story line. It is set to witness the rebirth of the warriors Aladdin and Yasmine in an entirely new setting. The tragic sacrifice made by Aladdin’s father, Omar, and rise of Zafar (Aamir Dalvi) as the powerful Aiyaar lead to the end of the life of Aladdin and Yasmine as we know it.
With this plot-twisting reincarnation, tables have turned and their roles have reversed. Siddharth Nigam, playing the role of Aladdin, will now be seen as a prince, who is spoilt for choices and is a complete brat whereas Yasmine aka Kali Chorni, essayed by Ashi Singh, will emerge as a courageous messiah of the poor.
While Aladdin and Yasmine bring forth the exciting turn of events, the viewers will also witness Ammi, played by Smita Bansal, in a rather new style. Ammi aka Rukhsaar Begum will be seen as a doting headmistress who runs a special academy for students. This journey of rebirth, rediscovery and revenge transpires will be the beginning of an exhilarating adventure.
Siddharth Nigam, essaying the role of Prince Aladdin, talked about his role and how excited he is for all these new twists. He said that Prince Aladdin likes to live his life king size and this new Aladdin promises to entertain and leave a lingering smile on everyone’s faces.
Ashi Singh, essaying the role of Yasmine, talked about her new role and she explained how adventurous and challenging the role is. She said Yasmine aka Kali Chorni is unlike what the viewers have ever witnessed her in the show. Her life is different and she is the guardian of the poor.
Aladdin: Naam Toh Suna Hoga will also be welcoming fresh faces- Harsh Vasishtha as the Sultan-Aladdin’s father, actress Shivani Badoni as Koyal and Amit Raghuvanshi as Sheefan, Prince Aladdin’s competitor, who are all set to join the show in pivotal roles.