You can love it or hate it but you can't ignore it- this is exactly what comes to our mind when we think about Ekta Kapoor's Indian Television show series Naagin. The fourth season of the franchise premiered on December 14, 2019 and has been a crowd-puller ever since. This season introduced Nia Sharma and Jasmin Bhasin to the world of shape-shifting serpents. From Brinda (Nia's character) turning into an ichhadhari naagin to Nayantara's (Jasmin Bhasin) undying desire to seek revenge- this show is filled with a lot of drama and plot twists. And, to add to all of it, we have another actress making an entry into the show.
Yes, guys- as if three naagins were not enough, we have another one joining soon. This time, Ekta Kapoor's best friend Anita Hassanandani is going to become a part of the show to accompany Nia, Jasmin and Sayantani Ghosh who plays the character of a naagin Princess called Manyata.
Don't believe us? The excitement is all over Instagram, guys. Check out this picture that Anita shared with just '🐍' as the caption.
Her co-star Nia Sharma even dropped a comment on her post, welcoming Anita back. Ekta Kapoor too shared a boomerang, announcing her entry in Season 4. Take a look at the video.
The actress, who played the role of Vish on the third season of Naagin is expected to reprise her role in the current season.
In an interview with a leading daily, Anita expressed how excited she is to be a part of the show, again! The actress revealed that her character in Naagin 4 has many shades, however, she will be mostly seen playing a negative character. She further spoke about her costume and revealed that it takes over two hours and more for her to get ready. Furthermore, the actor added that she will be mostly pairing her naagin costume with an embroidered blouse and team it up with heavy jewellery.
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