Sriti Jha to play double role in Kumkum Bhagya? DEETS INSIDE!
Sriti Jha, who essays the role of Pragya in Kumkum Bhagya, might play a double role in the show.
- Sriti Jha plays the role of Pragya in Kumkum Bhagya
- The show recently took a generation leap
- KKB also stars Shabir Ahluwalia, Mugdha Chapekar and Naina Singh
As per the latest buzz, the makers are planning to bring back Abhi and Pragya’s first daughter Kiara. A report in an entertainment portal suggested that Sriti Jha will play a double role in the show and essay the character of Kiara. Yes, you read that right.
There is a possibility of Sriti playing a double role of Pragya and Kiara, the report in IWMBuzz said.
According to the report, the makers are working on a plot of getting Kiara back on ‘Kumkum Bhagya’. Kiara’s entry is expected to add more twist to the story line. Sriti already has played the role of her look-alike Munni in the show.
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Interestingly, actresses like Drashti Dhami, Tina Datta, Surbhi Jyoti, Shivangi Joshi and Ankita Lokhande have played double roles in their respective shows.
‘Kumkum Bhagya’ will soon complete five successful years on April 15, 2019. The show is doing quite well in terms of TRPs and it bagged the number seventh spot in week 13 of the BARC TRP ratings.
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