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I’m game for Adaalat 3: Ronit Roy

Ronit Roy says he's game is to return to TV screens as lawyer K.D. Pathak in the third season of Adaalat

By: IANS | Mumbai |
January 29, 2017 8:11:44 pm
Ronit Roy, Ronit Roy tv show, Ronit Roy movies, Ronit Roy director, Ronit Roy producer, Ronit Roy tv serial, Ronit Roy adaalat, Entertainment news Actor Ronit Roy, whose latest film release is Kaabil, says his game is to return to TV screens as lawyer K.D. Pathak in the third season of Adaalat

Seasoned actor Ronit Roy, whose latest film release is Kaabil, says his game is to return to TV screens as lawyer K.D. Pathak in the third season of Adaalat, but the decision rests with channel officials.

Ronit essayed protagonist K.D. Pathak in Adaalat season one for five years. He even featured in the show’s second season last year.

Now his fans are rooting for his return in a possible third season — which Ronit had hinted about earlier this month.

In a tweet on Sunday, Ronit mentioned the show again: “If you guys want Adaalat 3, I’m game but you will (have) to ask Sony TV. They are the final decision makers.”

The show’s past seasons were aired on Sony Entertainment Television.

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Earlier in the month, Ronit tweeted: “I have had a word with Sony TV and we are both keen to bring ‘Adaalat 3’ to you.”

His fans on social media have expressed excitement over the news.

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For now, the actor is jubilant that Kaabil — which even features his younger brother Rohit Roy and actor Hrithik Roshan — has managed to cross the Rs 50-crore mark at the Indian box office.

“50 cr in 4 days!!! Yippppeeeeeee!!!! Thank you. Thank you for the love,” he tweeted.

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