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The Colors' most loved soap opera, Kasam, recently bid goodbye to its leading lady, the lovely Kratika Sengar aka Tanu. With this, the show took a leap of 20 years and will now concentrate on Rishi (Sharad Malhotra) and Tanuja (Shivani Tomar), Tanu's reincarnated form.
As Kratika parted ways with the show recently, the entire cast were nostalgic about her exit and her co-stars even shared posts on their social media accounts as to how much they will miss her on the show.
While the fans are struggling to cope with Kratika's exit, there is one more piece of news, which will shock you!
The latest buzz is that Zuber K Khan, who plays the role of Manpreet (Rishi's younger brother) is apparently planning to put down the papers! Shocking, isn't it?
And the reason is quite obvious. Zuber doesn't want to play a father at this stage of his career! Recently, actress Nia Sharma made headlines by quitting her hit show, Jamai Raja, for the same reason.
As per the reports, he is not keen on playing a father to a girl, who is almost the same age as him. Apart from this, Zuber has to travel abroad for some prior work commitments and has notified the makers about the same.
It is unfortunate if, Zuber, who has garnered praises for his work in the show and his perfect comedy timing with his on-screen brother, Sharad, quits the show. Considering that this show is a winner all the way, with two back-to-back exits, will the show be able to sustain the ratings?
Well, at least after this, the makers should think twice before introducing a leap. What say, guys?