Naagin- Mohabbat Aur Inteqaam Ki Daastan (Season 3) |Colors TV Hindi Serial|Did you know?

Naagin 2 is an upcoming supernatural thriller show soon to be telecast on Colors TV in the prime time slot. It is a sequel to the show Naagin which was first aired on Colors TV in November 2015. It is produced by Ekta Kapoor, the queen of daily soaps and Shobha Kapoor under their own production banner Balaji Telefilms.

Shooting for Season 3 to start after corona virus lockdown in India.

Actress Mouni Roy, who was the lead character in Naagin will continue to be the main cast in Naagin-2 as well. But this time, she will be seen in dual role both as Shivanya Singh and her mother Shivangi Singh. Mouni has told the media that she is really happy and excited about this dual role and really looking forward for the show to go on air.

Actor Arjun Bijlani who played the role of Ritik Raheja will apparently be replaced by the smart actor Karanvir Bohra in season-2.

Did you know? The show Naagin has gained abundant popularity in a very short time span and has been dubbed in many other languages.  It is dubbed in Tamil and Telugu as Naagini, in Malayalam as Nagakanyaka and in Sinhala as Prema dadayma.

Naagin has given actress Mouni Roy’s career a long-awaited boost. We have loved her flawless and realistic acting in Naagin. With Mouni being roped in again for this season in a dual role, let us all look forward to double the drama, double the excitement and ofcourse, double the entertainment.

As I wait for the show to go on air, many questions arise in my mind. Will the show impress us just the way Naagin did? Will it rule the TRP charts again? Let us all wait for some more time to find the answers. Until then, fingers crossed!

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Endrum Anpudan | Kaaviya Neram | Star Vijay TV Serials | Did you know?

Endrum Anpudan is a Star Vijay TV serial that is aired in late morning prime time as part of the grand Vijay Kaaviya Neram alongside Amma, Mahadev and 4 other serials. This serial is a Tamil dubbed version of the popular successfully run Hindi serial Tumhari Paakhi which was aired on Life OK channel between 2013 and 2014. Shooting of Kaaviya Neram started after corona virus cases are being reduced with cheers for audiences.

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Did you know? This serial was produced by Shashi Sumeet Productions and the lead roles are played by famous actors Mohammed Iqbal Khan and Shraddha Arya who have won many television awards.

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Did you know? Endrum Anpudan is actually based on a Bengali novel Naba Bidhan written by critically acclaimed novelist Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay who is very famous for his novel Devdas. The story revolves around Paakhi and Anshuman who are married off at a very young age and how their life turns out when they become adults. Anshuman forgets about Paakhi and marries another girl who dies soon with whom he has a son Ayan.

Endrum Anpudan is unique love story with lots of twists in the lives of Paakhi and Anshuman. Will Anshuman ever love Paakhi and accept her as his wife? Will Paakhi get the life she has always dreamed with Anshuman and live happily? Let’s wait and watch this unique love story as it unfolds.

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