Sapna Thakur To Enter As Chaitanya Choudhary Aka New Raman Bhalla's Wife In 'Yeh Hai Mohabbatein'!
Recently seen in 'Gathbandhan', actress Sapna Thakur's entry entry in 'Yeh Hai Mohabbatein' will bring new twist in the story line.
Divyanka in 'YHM' (Photo: Web)
Speaking about the same, a source told an entertainment portal that, "Sapna’s character will come in during the roka ceremony of Karan (Reyaansh Vir Chadha) and Ruhi (Aditi Bhatia) and will create huge drama."
Sapna Thakur (Photo: Instagram)
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Revealing details about Sapna Thakur's character, IWMBuzz report further states that, "Sapna will essay the role of Natasha and she will tell one and all that the guy posing as Raman (Chaitanya Choudhary) is not Raman. In fact she will name the man as Shardul and not Raman. Natasha will tell all that Shardul is her husband."
Chaitanya Choudhary as new 'Raman Bhalla' in 'Yeh Hai Mohabbatein' (Pic: Star Plus)
Hmm...this is going to be an interesting track. However, Sapna Thakur as well as 'YHM' makers are yet to confirm the same.
Chaitanya in 'YHM '(PHoto: Web)
On the career front, Sapna Thakur has been a part of various TV shows including 'Hum Ne Li Hai Shapath' and was recently seen in ongoing Colors show 'Gathbandhan' featuring Shruti Sharma and Abrar Qazi in lead roles.
Keep watching this space for more updates!
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