Television actress Nia Sharma is carving her niche in the industry with her talented acting skills. The actress marked her TV debut with the show Kaali-Ek Agniparisksha and garnered her fame with show Ek Hazaaron Mein Meri Behna Hai. Since then, Nia has outshined as an actress with her role in Zee TV’s show Jamai Raja. As the entire country has been busy celebrating Diwali 2019, Nia Sharma was recently snapped dancing along with famous singer Guru Randhawa at a Diwali party. While the Naagin 4 actress looked great, she grooved to the beats of Guru Randhawa’s song Suit Suit Karda along with him.
Ekta Kapoor recently announced Nia Sharma as ‘Naagin’ for the most-anticipated show Naagin 4. As Nia turned Naagin for Ekta Kapoor’s Naagin 4, the actress is enjoying her Diwali to the fullest. Recently, a fan page of Guru Randhwa took to Instagram to share a video of the singing star grooving with Nia Sharma on song Suit Suit Karda. While Guru was seen lip-syncing and dancing to the beats, Nia’s dance was unmissable, as the actress showcased her dancing abilities. Also Read: Nia Sharma’s ‘Twisted’ First Phone Call With Vikram Bhatt, Filmmaker Reveals She Didn’t Believe It’s Him- EXCLUSIVE
Meanwhile, as the video saw Guru Randhawa and Nia Sharma at a Diwali party, the Naagin 4 actress was dressed to impress. Nia Sharma wore a silver-studded lehenga and looked death-gorgeous, while Guru Randhawa was spotted in a white Kurta Pyjama and paired it well with a multi-colored stole. While the singer and actor paired well, the video clearly proves the night was fun. The party attended by Guru Randhwa and Nia Sharma was also graced by many celebrities from Bollywood and television industry.
As Nia Sharma in Naagin in the upcoming supernatural show, Ekta Kapoor recently revealed to SpotboyE.com exclusively on why she decided to choose Nia for the role.
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