Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai completed 12 years on January 12. The show has been the most watched on television. It has been on since so many years and still the makers have managed to keep the audience intrigued to the story. The recent episodes of Naira’s death have been very emotional. Mohsin Khan and Shivangi Joshi have given some brilliant performances in the recent episodes. Not just them, the entire cast of Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai have been amazing in these episodes. Fans are clearly not happy with Naira’s character ending and #Kaira’s love story ending. However, earlier, Shivangi Joshi had revealed that she is not leaving the show and will be back with a new character. Now, the new promo of Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai has released.
In the new promo, we see Kartik running and making up his mind that Naira is no more and that he had to learn to live without her. However, he stops at a boxing ring where we see Naira’s doppelganger in the ring. Shivangi Joshi is seen in a completely different avatar and fans cannot stop rooting for Kartik’s Sherni. Shivangi Joshi is seen as a boxer in the new role she will be portraying in Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai. Take a look at the promo here:
Earlier, in an interview with ETimes, she shared her first reaction to her character, Naira’s death. She said, “I think everyone on the sets knows about my first reaction, when I was being narrated Naira’s death sequence. Mohsin was also there, we were together while hearing the narration. I started crying, I wanted to stop my tears and I tried my best to control my emotions but I couldn’t control myself. Even Rajan Shahi sir asked me why are you crying but I had no answer. While rehearsing I was choked because of the emotions.”
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