Mannat: ‘Kasautii Zindagii Kay’ actresses Shweta Tiwari & Kratika Sengar to come together for &TV's next show
Shweta Tiwari & Kratika Sengar are all set to make their comeback to the small screen with an upcoming show on &TV.
- Shweta Tiwari & Kratika Sengar will make their comeback with &TV's new show
- The show will be produced by Bodhi Tree Productions
- The upcoming drama has been titled 'Mannat'
A report in an entertainment portal has suggested that the two talented actresses will be seen together in & TV’s upcoming show. Shweta and Kratika have worked together in Ekta Kapoor’s ‘Kasautii Zindagii Kay’. Shweta played Kratika’s on-screen grandmother in the romantic saga.
(Shweta and Kratika in Kasautii, source- Twitter)
The show will be produced by Bodhi Tree Productions and it has been titled ‘Mannat’.
"Shweta and Kratika last shared screen space in Kasautii Zindagii Kii and with them coming back together, Mannat will be a visual treat. Mannat will air on & TV," a source told Tellychakkar.
On the professional front, Shweta Tiwari will also be seen in ALT Balaji's web-series titled 'Hum Tum and Them'. Kratika was last seen in ‘Kasam Tere Pyaar Ki’ opposite Sharad Malhotra.
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