As we all know that the supernatural show ‘Naagin’ will return with a brand new season 2 in just few couple of months, but there will be twist in the new season. Ekta Kapoor’s show concluded with the finale episode on June 5 and according to SpotboyE report, Finite series shoot will go on floors soon. There were various rumours regarding the new season, as per the rumor Mouni Roy and Adaa Khan will continue to be a part of the new season, but Arjun Bijlani might not be seen in the new season. ALSO READ: Naagin season 2 trailer out! Mouni Roy’s show to go on air in October, minus Arjun Bijlani? Also Read - Mouni Roy is a Vision in a Cut-out Flowy Zebra Print Maxi Dress
Popular actor Nandish Sandhu from Uttaran show has been roped in, to replace Arjun Bijlani. He will be seen playing the character of Vikram Bhanupratap Singh, whereas actress Aashka Goradia, who was recently seen playing the character of Ichchadhari Madhumakhi in Naagin season one, will also play a key role in the coming season. Apparently, the gorgeous actress Mouni will be seen portraying a double role this time. She will be seen playing the character of Shivanya (Mouni) and Rithik’s (Arjun Bijlani) daughter! Also Read - Mouni Roy Sets Holiday Fashion Goals in a Cool Co-ord Pantsuit And Chanel Classic Handbag Worth Rs 5 Lakhs, See Pics
In the finale episode we saw Arjun fighting with Mahishmatis, and finally winning the battle. On the other side, Shivanya and Sesha were also seen involved in a fight for the possession of Naagmani. But Sesha stabbed Shivanya with a knife and Shivanya breathes her last in Rithik’s (Arjun Bijlani) arms. Also Read - Arjun Bijlani's 6-Year-Old Son Gets Coronavirus After Wife, Actor Says 'You Never Know...'
The viewers were quite disappointed after seeing Shivanya’s death in the show, but it seems that the gorgeous actress will be back yet again to play the protagonist in the show as seen in the trailer. The makers of the show are ready to bring in lots of drama in their upcoming season of the most popular Colors show Naagin .