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Naagin 4: It's confirmed! Ekta Kapoor's supernatural show to go off air; Vijayendra Kumeria says, 'Was expecting it'

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 27 May 2020, 11:58 IST
Ekta Kapoor's Naagin 4 to go off air

PM Narendra Modi announced a nationwide lockdown on 21st March to curb the outspread of the virus since then people are locked at their houses and are only allowed to buy essential items. This practice has pushed many into depression because either their business is in loss or they are losing their jobs. In short, this deadly virus has created havoc in the lives of people.

Recently, we informed you that Rashami Desai's role in Naagin 4 has been rolled out. Also, channel and the makers are planning to replace the current leads i.e Nia Sharma, Vijayendra Kumeria from the show due to the financial crunch.


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Well, now actor Vijayendra has confirmed the news and said, "What I have heard is we will be wrapping up the show after the lockdown, but we will be shooting the end." When asked about the 5th season actor said that he is not aware of this development.

The actor further added, "I know that this is going to happen in the industry so I was expecting this given the fact that it has happened with a lot of shows so I am okay with that, hopefully, something will come up."

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Meanwhile, a source close to the show revealed that the channel and the makers are planning to bring down the budget so, they have planned to introduce a news season i.e Naagin season 5 with a brand new star cast.

 

 

The lockdown has severely affected the entertainment industry and since it got extended many TV shows such as Beyhadh 2, Nazar 2, Patiala Babes, Dil Jaise Dhadke Dhadakbe Do, Isharo Isharo Mein, Dadi Amma... Dadi Amma Maan Jaao! have gone off-air. 

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First published: 27 May 2020, 11:58 IST
 
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