Kullfi Kumarr Bajewala: Tunisha Sharma Not Replacing Aakriti Sharma Post Leap, Opted For Lead Role In 'Ishq Subhan Allah Season 2' Instead?
Star Plus show 'Kullfi Kumarr Bajewala' is reportedly taking a time jump soon and lead actor Mohit Malik recently denied rumors of quitting the show post leap. Tunisha Sharma was reportedly in talks to replace Aakriti Sharma as grown up Kullfi but she chose Zee TV's 'Ishq Subhan Allah' spin-off instead
It was reported earlier that the beautiful Tunisha who also also seen in Bollywood films like 'Fitoor', 'Baar Baar Dekho' and 'Kahaani 2 - Durga Rani Singh', would replace little Aakriti and play lead in spin-off of ‘Kullfi Kumarr Bajewala’.
Aakriti Sharma and Mohit Malik in 'Kullfi Kumarr Bajewala' (Pic: Star Plus)
And now the latest report says that the leap on 'Kullfi..' is taking a while and thus Tunisha is keen on taking up 'Ishq Subhan...' instead.
According to the Tellychakkar sources, the timings of Kullfi Kumarr Bajewala have been revised from a prime time slot to a late-evening one, which can be one of the major reasons for Tunisha to opt for the Zee TV show.
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As per reports, 'Ishq Subhan Allah' will end soon and will return with new season by November. Also, the lead stars of the show which deals with the issue of Triple Talaq, Kabir(Adnan Khan) and Zara(Eisha Singh), will not be the part of Season 2.
It is to be finally seen if Tunisha who was in talks with 'Kullfi..' makers now feature in the lead role of 'Ishq Subhan Allah 2' instead!
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