Snehal Sahay to quit Woh Rehne Wali ...

The pretty Dolly aka Snehal Sahay of Woh Rehne Wali Mehlon Ki is the next to exit the show after Reena Kapoor. Here are the details...

One of the long running shows of Sahara One Woh Rehne Wali Mehlon Ki will be taking a time leap wherein Rani, the adopted daughter of Pari aka Reena Kapoor will play the main protagonist. 

Following the foot steps of Reena Kapoor who has decided to opt out of the show is Snehal Sahay, who plays the character of Dolly. “It is true that I am leaving the show. It has been a wonderful experience being part of this show. I must say that I have played various shades; when I started, my character was comic, later it got negative and then turned a positive shade and now I am playing a business tycoon”, says Snehal.

When asked the reason to quit a popular show as this, the actress quips, “I am just over 22 years and I am too young to play a forty year old”.

Talking about her new projects, Snehal says, “I have been approached by BAG for a weekly show. Let’s see what happens!!”

The new face to television, Neha Janpandit will be playing the role of Rani post leap and if the buzz is to be believed, there will be a parallel lead named Shikha who will be Rani’s first cousin. The leap is to take place in the next 10 days, informs our source.

Reporter and Author: Binita Ramchandani

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Comments (6)

i think it she is right!!!!

15 years ago

Well, i haven't really seen her acting in WRWMK because i stoped watching that show since June 2007 :(

But ive seen her in BMTD, She was fun to watch Lol..XD

15 years ago

Thanks,best of luck for her,i really like her in BMTD!!!!

15 years ago

she is young
and she is right to young to play a old woman

15 years ago

Only 22..thought she was older...liked her in Dulhann& all the best! =)

15 years ago

Aww..I really liked her..she was 2 gud as a business woman!

15 years ago

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