Well, all doubts of whether Kapil Nirmal will make a comeback or not in Star Plus' Raja Ki Ayegi Baraat are put to rest, as the actor is back in the show, but yes, in a new avatar!!!
According to our source, "Kapil will be shown as a villager, Narayan who lives with his family in the same village where Rani (Anjali Abrol) seeks shelter. Rani who is forced to go out of the Mahal has been wandering here and there, and she gets into a village where she comes face to face with the Yudi look-alike, Narayan. On seeing him, she is very confident that it is her husband, Yudhister but is at the same time shocked to know that Narayan has a wife and two kids".
When contacted, Kapil Nirmal confirmed the news that he has started shooting for Raja. "Yes, I am back to Raja Ki Ayegi Baraat. But I will now be seen as a villager, Narayan. I really do not know whether this guy is Yudi or not. That part of the story has not been narrated to us".
When asked whether he has shot for the scene where Rani comes face to face with him, he states, "No, I have just shot for my introductory scene. I really don't know what is happening ahead".
As per our source, "Rani will refuse to believe that this guy is not Yudhister, and will go on to find the truth about his identity. Angad (Ali Merchant) will also be shown helping her in this task. However, there will come a phase where she will be forced to believe that this is Narayan and not Yudi".
Talking about the family of Narayan, our source adds, "Divyajot Kaur who was earlier seen in Rashmi Sharma's Rehna Hai Teri Palkon Ki Chaaon Mein will play Narayan's wife, Madhu. Narayan and Madhu will be shown with two kids".
As of now, the creative team plans to play on with the character of Narayan, and has kept the future track under wraps. However, if sources are to be believed, there is a possibility of Angad's character going grey in the coming episodes.
Kapil's comeback in a new avatar will be aired in tonight's episode…
Reporter and Author: Srividya Rajesh
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