Fans of Bu Bu Jing Xin <步步惊心> can look forward to another sweeping periodic love drama soon. Based on Tong Hua’s <桐华> novel, Da Mo Yao <大漠谣> will feature a popular cast consisting of Cecilia Liu (刘诗诗), Hu Ge (胡歌), Eddie Peng (彭于晏), Fala Chen (陈法拉) and Kristin Tin (田蕊妮). Da Mo Yao’s filming director and production crew are also the same team that created the mega hit drama, Bu Bu Jing Xin.
Synopsis of “Da Mo Yao”
Set in the Han Dynasty, Cecilia Liu plays a “wolf girl” who grew up with a pack of wolves. She was eventually adopted by a Hun and then learnt to write and fight under him. Cecilia’s character lost her adopted father in a rebellion, and then travelled to Chang’an where she met Eddie and Hu Ge’s characters.
Eddie plays a warrior and Hu Ge portrays a disabled gentleman. It was love at first sight for Hu Ge and Cecilia’s characters, but little did they know that Eddie was also in love with Cecilia. Cecilia decided to profess her love for Hu Ge, but Hu Ge rejected her love due to his disability and feelings of inferiority.
Feeling dejected, Cecilia returned to her homeland. Eddie, who was also devoted to Cecilia, followed her back. During the journey, the pair braved dangers together and their romance gradually blossomed.
Fala and Kristin portray Cecilia’s friends, and Fala eventually became the favorite concubine of the emperor. In her plans to make her son to become the crown prince, Fala unscrupulously plotted against Cecilia and Eddie. On the other hand, Eddie and Hu Ge were also oppressed by another powerful force, which put their lives in danger.
Cecilia and Eddie in Steamy Scene
Portraying a couple deeply in love, stills of Cecilia and Eddie in a kissing scene emerged. Cecilia showed her fair shoulders and Eddie flaunted his well-trained body. Embracing each other, the pair had a long and intimate kissing scene.
Aside from Eddie, Cecilia also shared a passionate kissing scene with Hu Ge earlier.
Da Mo Yao has completed its filming and it is expected to air on Hunan TV in a few months’ time.
This article is written by Stella for JayneStars.com.
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