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Another entrant to join the cast of Balaji Telefilms' 'Daayan'

The actress was part of Sony TV's Kya Hua Tera Vadaa…


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Balaji Telefilms is gearing up for it's upcoming show Daayan on And TV, it's promo is already giving us chills and now, what we hear is another actor is ready to join the stellar cast of the show.

The show as we know is a supernatural series based on the supernatural character Daayan, who'll be hiding in disguise in the main family. The story revolves around a couple who are madly in love with each other, however, everything changes when a Daayan enters their lives and creates havoc for them.

According to reports, Kya Huaa Tera Vaada fame Ekta Saraia has been roped for the daily, she'll be playing Tina's relative and will be paired opposite actor Prabhat Bhattacharya.

As we know, the show will feature Uttaran fame Tina Dutta and actor Mohit Malhotra who rose to fame with Splitsvilla in lead roles. Actress Priya Bhatija will play the negative lead, she'll don the character of Daayan in the upcoming thriller.

Ekta has been part of shows like Simply Sapne, Mukti Bandhan among others and yet again, she is ready to come back on TV.

Other actors like Prabhat Bhattacharya, Urfi Javed, Pavitra Punia, Kanika Shivpuri, Vicky Ahuja and Anupriya Kapoor are also part of the supernatural show.

The show produced by Ekta kapoor and Shobha Kapoor under the banner Balaji Telefilms is set to release on 15th of December.

We are very thrilled to watch the show, what do you think? Comment below.


Ekta Kapoor Priya Bhatija Kanika Shivpuri Prabhat Bhattacharya Mohit Malhotra Tina Dutta Anupriya Kapoor Vicky Ahuja Pavitra Punia Ekta Saraia Urfi Javed Mukti Bandhan  Kya Huaa Tera Vaada  And TV 

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The_Trendsetter 1 years ago The show looks interesting. Excited to see you back onscreen Tina Dutta .2018-11-26 18:30:17
Az07 1 years ago Best wishes for Anupriya Kapoor and Mohit Malhotra2018-11-26 12:48:35
YellowBoots 5 years ago Sharadindu Bandyopadhyay is probably turning in his grave. When you reinterpret a classic, a new perspective and interpretation is desirable, in fact expected. But I hope the essence of the original is retained. This is increasingly looking like a khichdi.
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