Namish Taneja opposite 'Udaan' fame Meera Deosthale in her next show 'Vidya'!
Currently seen in Sony TV' ''Main Maike Chali Jaungi Tum Dekhte Rahiyo', TV actor Namish Taneja to romance Meera Deosthale in upcoming show 'Vidya'.
Meera Deosthale (Photo: Instagram)
TV actor Namish Taneja, who is currently playing the lead role of 'Samar' in Sony TV's 'Main Maike Chali Jaungi Tum Dekhte Rahiyo', has reportedly given his nod to the show.
Speaking about the same, a source told a leading daily that, "Namish has been approached to play the role of a District Manager. The character is positive, suave and a thorough gentleman. The actor has already given the nod, however, he has not signed on the dotted line yet."
Namish Taneja (Photo: Instagram)
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Namish confirmed the buzz to TOI, but refused to divulge further details.
On a related note, Namish is currently shooting for 'Main Maike Chali Jaungi Tum Dekhte Rahiyo' which is scheduled to go off-air next month. Post which, he will start work for 'Vidya'. This will be the first time when Namish & Meera will be working together and it'll be interesting to see this fresh pairing onscreen.
Meera with 'Udaan' co-star Vijayendra (Photo: Instagram)
'Vidya' will reportedly go on floors on 10th June and the show will hit the screens in the first week of August.
Keep watching this space for more updates!
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