EXCLUSIVE: After Jasleen Matharu, Arshi Khan To Enter 'Vish', DEETS INSIDE
After ‘Bigg Boss 12’ contestant Jasleen Matharu, 'Bigg Boss 11' contestant Arshi Khan will enter Colors TV's 'Vish'.
Jasleen shot for steamy sequence with the show’s lead Vishal on the song ‘Zara Zara Touch Me’. The ‘BB 12’ contestant sizzled on Katrina Kaif’s hot number from the film ‘Race’ and received praises from the fans.
As per the latest buzz, the makers are all set to spice up things and introduce another negative character.
A source close to the show told us that after ‘BB 12’ contestant Jasleen Matharu, another ‘Bigg Boss’ contestant will enter ‘Vish’. We are talking about Arshi Khan.
Arshi in 'Bigg Boss 11' (Photo: Web)
‘’Arshi Khan, who grabbed several eyeballs in ‘Bigg Boss 11’, will play the role of Kalankini in Vish. Her character will support Aliya (Sana) in her fight against Sabrina (Debina). Arshi's entry is expected to air in first week of September,’’ a source from the show told Filmymonkey.
Arshi Khan made her acting debut with Colors TV’s ‘Savitri Devi College & Hospital’. She even gave a special performance in Arjun Bijlani and Nia Sharma’s ‘Ishq Mein Marjawan’.
Arshi Khan will showcase her dancing skills in the item number 'Chamak Challo'. The song will feature in an upcoming Bollywood film 'Raham Dil Qatil'. Arshi had joined Congress in February 2019 but she later quit politics to focus on her work commitments.
Watch this space for more updates!
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