Courtesy : Chandni Bhawanani's Instagram
Star Plus show ‘Imlie’ is not leaving any stone unturned to entertain the audience. The show is loved by the viewers. Recently, actress Chandni Bhagwanani entered the show as Nishant Tripathi’s love-interest. The duo got married. However, soon Chandni will bid an adieu to the show. She was a part of the show merely for around two and half months.
The buzz is that apparently Chandni got a meatier offer and from the South Film industry and she requested the makers to ease her out. The production house adhered and paved way for Pallavi’s exit from the show. The actress is shown to have got an offer for a course abroad and the family would motivate her to take it up. There is no clarity if she will return to the show or not.
India Forums got in touch with Chandni and asked her about her exit from the show. She said, “As they say all good things come to an end. So yes, as of now my track in the show is over. Yesterday was the last day of shooting".
Talking about quitting the show for a movie offer, She added, “I can't really say that I am quitting the show because I signed the movie. First of all, my character was supposed to end in two-three months and secondly, it's a mutual decision taken by the production house and me. While shooting for Imlie, I got an offer from South. I discussed this with the production house, thankfully they understood my situation and allowed me to move on. But you never know, I might come back later on".
Talking about her journey in the show, Chandni added, "It was a great opportunity to work in such a fabulous show. It's been hardly 2 and a half months since I joined Imlie and in this short span of time I gelled really well with my co-actors. I am going to surely miss shooting for the show".
Meanwhile, there were conjecture regarding Arham Abbasi aka Nishant Tripathi exiting the show along with Chandni. Arham confirmed that he will continue to be a part of the show. In a brief chat with India Forums, he said, “I’m very much a part of the show. Pallavi might also make a comeback in future”.