Shanaya Leaves Majhya Navryachi Bayko: Isha Keskar To Exit From The Show As Shanaya, Here's Why!

Isha Keskar shares the farewell video on her Instagram explaining about the reason behind her exiting the show

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Shanaya Leaves Majhya Navryachi Bayko: Isha Keskar To Exit From The Show As Shanaya, Here's Why!
Amidst all the happenings in the time of Corona, here's another disappointing news for all you 'Mazya Navryachi Bayko' fans. Our very own Goddess Banai Devi from Jai Malhar, Isha Keskar who played the character of Shanaya is all set to exit from the show due to her current health issue. 

The actress took to her instagram page to bid adieu to her character, show-fam and the fans of the show. In the heart-touching video she says, "I wasn't able to meet anyone in this Covid situation. I am really devastated. We were supposed to start our shooting from the 29th of this month. I was very happy with the fact that I will be able to go to my shoot and meet with the people there. But then, I was having fever because of my wisdom tooth. I have got it operated but now I need to take care of my health as well. Being in the showbiz business and considering the deadlines for the producers and channels we all know that the show must go on, hence with a heavy heart I have to quit the show. I really tried my best but wasn't able to get back and go on shooting in Nashik. So I am really sorry and hope you will all miss me in the show. I hope you will show the same love and support to the new Shanaya that you have all bestowed upon me."

Interestingly, Rasika Sunil who initially portrayed the lead character 'Shanaya' in the show
 before she decided to go to US for her further education, is called back again and will be playing the role of 'Shanaya'.

We wish Isha a speedy recovery and hope to see her light the presence of the small screen
 with her bubbly yet powerful acting soon again. 

Image Source: instagram/ishackeskar
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