Kumkum Bhagya: Rohit Choudhary Is Set To Bring A New Twist In The Lives Of Pragya And Abhi

A new character played by Rohit Choudhary is all set to enter Kumkum Bhagya show, bringing new twist and turns in Abhi and Pragya’s lives

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Kumkum Bhagya: Rohit Choudhary Is Set To Bring A New Twist In The Lives Of Pragya And Abhi
Ekta Kapoor’s Kumkum Bhagya is one of the most-watched daily soaps. The show that started in 2014 has managed to keep the audience hooked with its unexpected plot and of course the delightful chemistry shared by Pragya (Sriti Jha) and Abhi (Shabir Ahluwalia). Now, the current track is about Tanu (Abhi’s ex) putting fake allegation on him and is determined to put him behind the bars. However, Pragya, just like always, is now going out of her way to prove that he is innocent and not guilty. 

We recently got to know that the makers are now planning to make the current plot a little more interesting and hence, decided to bring a new character that will pique viewers interest. According to the latest reports in TellyChakkar, a new grand entry can be witnessed in Kumkum Bhagya as actor Rohit Choudhary who has been a part of shows like Naagin 3, Brahmarakshas 2 among others is set to enter Kumkum Bhagya. Reportedly, Rohit will play a negative role which will bring major twists to the show. However, it is yet to be seen if the character creates a storm in the couple’s life just like how Tanu is doing or just Abhi’s life.

Meanwhile, the Kumkum Bhagya shoot is currently happening in Goa after a lockdown was imposed in Maharashtra. SpotboyE.com reached out to the few actors shooting there but they had no clarity. But a source present there told us, "Looking at the conditions the shoot here will also be halted till the lockdown at least. Though we are also waiting to know the next plan of action."


Image source: Instagram/ rohitchoudhary.official/ zeetv
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