Rashami Desai To Shoot For The Last Few Episodes Of Naagin 4- EXCLUSIVE

Naagin 4 is coming to an end, but looks like Ekta Kapoor doesn't want to end the show without Rashami Desai

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Rashami Desai To Shoot For The Last Few Episodes Of Naagin 4- EXCLUSIVE
It's indeed a happy news for fans of Rashami Desai who were upset to know that the actress will not be seen in Naagin 4 anymore. SpotboyE.com has it Rashami will be seen in a few more episodes of supernatural series as Shalaka and will shoot for those episodes post June 26.

A reliable source from the show revealed to us that makers are all set to roll out the remaining 5 episodes of Naagin 4, before they get another interesting season with a new star cast. We contacted Rashami to know if there is any reality to it and she confirmed the same without indulging into more details.

SpotboyE.com was the first one to tell you that Rashami's journey in the show will come to an end as Shalaka. Later, Ekta Kapoor took to Instagram to apologize to the current star cast for not taking the season ahead and getting Season 5. 


To which Rashami had replied, "As it’s said a wonderful heart is a magnet for miracles and that is you @ektarkapoor Thank you for having me unfortunately I couldn’t be seen more but fortunate enough to know there’s a long way to go.. Thank you for having me in #Naagin4 @BTL_Balaji #AlwaysGrateful."

Rashami, who joined the show a week before shoots came to a halt because of the Coronavirus lockdown, had managed to win the hearts of the audience in very less time. In fact, the TRP of the show also increased after her entry and it seems Ekta doesn't want to end the show without her.


Coming to Season 5, there are a lot of names floating for the lead roles, but we hear that the hunt is still on and TV czarina is yet to take a decision on the new leads for the upcoming season. 

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