'Naagin' actress Sudha Chandran set to enter 'Yeh Hai Mohabbatein'!
Reportedly, 'Naagin' & 'Naagin 2' actress Sudha Chandran, who played the role of antagonist Yamini in the show, will soon make an entry in Ekta Kapoor's much-loved show and will be seen playing a character having a hidden motive.
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Sudha has confirmed entering 'Yeh Hai Mohabbatein' and told an entertainment portal that, "It's a nice character and the new track will enable my entry. I will be playing the role of Ms. Srivastav, and will be an entrepreneur who is an independent woman and has many dimensions to her."
Sudha Chandran (Photo: Web)
Sudha has worked with Ekta Kapoor's production house in various popular shows like 'Kaahiin Kissii Roz', 'Hum Paanch', 'Kyunki Saas Bhi Bahu Thi' among others and she is looking forward to work with them again in 'Yeh Hai Mohabbatein'.
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Speaking about the same, Sudha Chandran further told India Forums that, "It is always a wonder experience whenever it is with Balaji and you are sure to have a great time."
Sudha Chandran with 'Naagin' co-star Mouni Roy (Photo: Instagram)
Sudha Chandran will reportedly start shooting for 'Yeh Hai Mohabbatein' by the end of this month.
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