‘Bade Acche Lagte Hain’ Actors Ankit Narang & Ekta Kaul To Renuite After 5 Years For Their Next Project!
Seen together in Ram Kapoor-Sakshi Tanwar's 'Bade Acche Lagte Hain', TV actor Ekta Kaul & Ankita Narang are all set to work together again after a gap of five years.
Ankit Narang (Photo: Instagram)
Ankit Narang and Ekta Kaul were earlier seen together in a popular Sony TV show ‘Bade Acche Lagte Hain’ featuring Ram Kapoor and Sakshi Tanwar in lead roles. While Ekta Kaul played the role of 'Suhani' in 'Bade Acche Lagte Hain', Ankit was seen as 'Khush'. The two bonded really well during the show and are now super-excited to reunite after a long time. Ankit and Ekta will share the screen together after 5 long years in 'Macchis Ki Dibiya'.
Sanaya Irani (Photo: Instagram)
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Talking about the role Ankit said, “I am so excited for the audience to see the short film “Macchis Ki Dibiya”, the concept is what every young mind can relate to, and looking at the writing of the script I know the viewers will love it”.
Ankit-Ekta in 'Bade Acche...' (Photo: Sony TV)
Ankit was last seen in the popular Television show ‘Divya Drishti’ where he was portraying the role of young, carefree guy. Apart from the short film “ Macchis Ki Dibiya ”, Ankit has a lot more projects in the pipeline and has promised to disclose it very soon. Whereas Ekta Kaul was last seen playing lead role in popular show 'Mere Angne Mein' in the year 2017. Last year, she got married to actor Sumeet Vyas and is on a break from TV since then.
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