Naagin 4: Ekta Kapoor Finally Confirms Nia Sharma The New Lead Replacing Surbhi Jyoti in Season 4, Actress Thanks Her!
The season 4 of 'Naagin' series is called 'Naagin - Bhagya Kaa Zehreela Khel' reveals producer Ekta Kapoor along with announcing Nia Sharma's name as the new Naagin for next who will step into the shoes of Surbhi Jyoti
Nia also responded to Ekta by writing back to her- "And thank you a ‘million’ times for this opportunity @ektaravikapoor It’s an absolute honor and privilege."
Coming Soon#ShobhaKapoor @BTL_Balaji @tanusridgupta1 @ketansgupta @ChloeJFerns @MuktaDhond
— Ekta Kapoor (@ektaravikapoor) October 22, 2019
— NIA SHARMA (@Theniasharma) October 22, 2019
'Naagin 3' starring Surbhi Jyoti, Pearl V Puri, Anita Hassanandani, Rajat Tokas and Ankit Mohan in lead roles fetched very good TRPs and after the show ended, Ekta shared the teaser to Season 4 that revealed it would be two Naagins entertaining the audience in the upcoming season.
WATCH: Ekta Kapoor Surprises Fans With Glimpses Of Two ‘Ichhadhari Naagins’ In 'Naagin 4' New Teaser!
Earlier in the day Filmymonkey told you that Aalisha Panwar is a confirmed Naagin for 'Naagin 4' and now with Nia Sharma's confirmation by Ekta herself, we must see the two of these playing the leads. However it is seen before that Ekta does keep the best for the last and she might come up with yet another name who plays the lead protagonist.
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