Baatein Kuch Ankahee Si continues to captivate its audience with each unfolding episode, weaving an intriguing narrative around Vanadana’s journey of overcoming betrayal. The upcoming storyline promises an exciting twist, as the show welcomes a new character portrayed by the talented actress Kirti Choudhary.
Kirti Choudhary, renowned for her roles in Hamari Bahu Silk and Naagin 6, is set to make a significant entry into the series, adding depth to the plot. According to credible sources from Media , Kirti will portray the character of Simmi, a relative of Pammi Bua, assuming a pivotal negative role. Simmi’s character will be intricately woven into the narrative as she becomes romantically involved with Kunal, portrayed by Mohit Malik.
In a recent conversation with Media, Kirti expressed her enthusiasm about joining the show, stating, “Today marks the first day of the shoot, and I’m truly thrilled to be part of the series. After my experience working with one of the best producers in Naagin 6, I was eagerly looking forward to collaborating with Rajan Shahi. I firmly believe that opportunities come when you least expect them.”
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The previous episode of Baatein Kuch Ankahee Si unfolded a festive Diwali celebration uniting the Malhotra and Karmarkar families. Sonia’s unexpected arrival added a layer of tension to the festivities, leaving the Malhotras unsettled. Vijay, in a heartfelt request to Vandu, urged her to embrace the joy of the festival, leading to a joyous dance performance that left everyone elated.
As the families insisted on a face-off between the Malhotras and Karmarkars, Kunal and Vandana delivered a stunning joint performance to a popular number. While their chemistry did not go unnoticed by some family members, Sonia found herself displeased witnessing their dance together.
With Kirti Choudhary’s entry as Simmi, the show is poised for an enthralling new chapter, promising viewers a rollercoaster of emotions and unexpected twists in the unfolding saga of Baatein Kuch Ankahee Si.