Television actress Sneha Bhawsar, who plays the role of Karishma in Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Meiin, is all set to move forward in her career. After being a pivotal part of the Ayesha Singh and Neil Bhatt starrer for so long, she is all set to bid adieu to the show after it goes through a generational leap. Talking about her decision to quit the show, she spoke to ETimes and revealed that she was waiting for the right time to exit the show.
Sneha told the entertainment publication how she had been wanting to try her hands at something new for quite some time now and wanted to explore new opportunities. She explained how playing the same character in the show for a long period of time became really monotonous for her. After sharing her concerns and viewpoint with her creative director, she realised abruptly leaving the show wouldn’t be possible. ALSO READ: Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Meiin Post Leap Plot: Savi To Become An IPS Officer Like Her Father Virat Chavan? Here’s What We Know
She decided to quit the show, when the director told her about the generational leap being introduced. She added, “So then I decided that if my exit wouldn't affect the track then I would love to make an exit. I was waiting for the right time and now it has arrived.” ALSO READ: WHAT! Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Meiin Actors Ayesha Singh-Aishwarya Sharma UNFOLLOW Each Other On Instagram?
Bhawsar further told the publication, “When you make a decision for your career, you usually take a practical one but emotionally it did move me that after such a long journey with Ghum, I will be leaving my close friends. I will be losing my team and I don't know who would work with me in the future or would I cross paths with them again professionally. But I had to make a decision and here I am making an exit.”
Talking about the ending of the current storyline, it will be shown that Sai and Virat will die during a mission and their last episode will be aired on June 9. The show will then focus on the lives of Vinayak and Savi. While there were many reports suggesting that the makers decide to take the generational leap because the leads were asking for a hike on their remunerations, makers had issued a statement stating that the original plot of Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Meiin was adapted by the Bengali show Kusum Dola. Since the story has been exhausted, they want to focus on the new generation and a new plot line.
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