To showcase a realistic view of the 1940s, the makers have shot the show across various locations in Rajasthan as well as setting up an expensive set on the outskirts of Mumbai. Talking about his role of Rana Indravardhan Singh Deo, Siddhant said: "Ranaji was an ideal prince, who after going through an intense past has become a tense person. However, he is still capable of being a prince and knows his sense of responsibility towards all." Asked what preparation he did for his role, he said: "Kings of that time had to project themselves in a certain way because of the formalities they lived in. So I had to learn some action sequences, horse riding, and diction."
Siddhant and Drashti were joined by actors Anita Raj, Darshan Zariwala, and Akshay Anand at the launch. To give a promising start to the event, Drashti and Siddhant performed a dance drama sequence based upon the theme of the show. The whole team was seen in their respective avatars donning period outfits, specially designed for them. "The audience has shown a lot of respect for historical shows. We have tried to capture a beautiful love story in the show. 1940s was a time when India was coming towards independence and royalty was sort of loosing its splendour. So we have tried to do something unique with this show that viewers will love," Pradeep Hejmadi, business head, Zee TV, said at the launch. The "big budget" show will also feature polo matches, imperial balls, vintage cars and expensive costumes and jewellery.