After Niti Taylor, Rhea Sharma Gets A Call To Romance Amar Upadhyay In Ekta Kapoor's Next- EXCLUSIVE

Rhea Sharma is in consideration for Ekta Kapoor's next starring Amar Upadhyay. Here are more details

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After Niti Taylor, Rhea Sharma Gets A Call To Romance Amar Upadhyay In Ekta Kapoor's Next- EXCLUSIVE
Rhea Sharma, who is currently essaying the role of Mishti in TV show Yeh Rishtey Hain Pyaar Ke, has been approached for Ekta Kapoor's next. TV czarina is all set to bring another interesting love story for the audience, where a young girl will marry a relatively older man. 

Our sources informed us that she has finalised Amar Upadhyay to play the male lead's part and now, the search for the female lead is on. We hear that the latest name from the telly town to receive the call is that of Rhea Sharma.  ALSO READ: Shaheer Sheikh And Rhea Sharma's Yeh Rishtey Hain Pyaar Ke To Go Off Air On THIS Date- EXCLUSIVE

Rhea's ongoing show with Shaheer Sheikh is set to bid adieu to the viewers from next month. And we have been informed that actress is quite excited about the call and soon will be auditioning for the role. Well, it's too early to say if she will play the part as along with Rhea there are other young TV actresses who are in consideration like Niti Taylor and Aditi Bhatia. ALSO READ: Shaheer Sheikh And Rhea Sharma To Turn Parents In Yeh Rishtey Hain Pyaar Ke, Post Leap- EXCLUSIVE


Recently, while talking to a media portal when Rhea was asked what kind of roles is she looking for, the actress had said, "I would like to play a detective or something which has action or dominance in the role, little different from the good girl kind of character, someone who is street smart and has some action to do."

Well, it will be interesting to see if Rhea lands up signing a love story again!







Image Source: Instagram/rhea_shrm/amarupadhyay_official/nititaylor
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