Yeh Un Dinon Ki Baat Hai: Aruna Irani To ENTER Randeep Rai & Ashi Singh's Show
Veteran Bollywood and television actress Aruna Irani will enter Randeep Rai & Ashi Singh's 'Yeh Un Dinon Ki Baat Hai'. Details inside!
Fans simply love the chemistry between Randeep and Ashi and they have given them the on-screen moniker ‘SamAina’. The current track of the show is focusing on Sameer and Naina’s struggle in Mumbai. The couple has gone to the ‘City of Dreams’ to fulfill Sameer’s dream of becoming an actor.
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As per the latest buzz, veteran Bollyood and TV actress Aruna Irani will soon enter ‘Yeh Un Dinon Ki Baat Hai’.
A report in an entertainment portal has suggested Arun Irani will help and guide Sameera and Naina to take up writing as a career. Interestingly, she will play herself in the popular show.
“Aruna Irani was the most important person in producers Shashi and Sumeet Mittal’s lives. She was the guiding force and helped them to choose the right career option. And as we know the show is based on the real life of producers Shashi and Sumeet, it will recreate the same story. Aruna Irani will be seen in a cameo appearance,” the source told IWMBuzz.
Her entry is expected to spice up things on the show and we believe the fans will definitely enjoy the upcoming twist.
On the professional front, Aruna Irani was last seen in Star Plus' 'Dil To Happy Hai Ji'.
Watch this space for more updates!
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