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Is Aditi Rathore’s death track in Naamkarann inspired by Divyanka’s in Yeh Hai Mohabbatein?

Today, we received the news that Aditi Rathore’s character Avni is going to die on Naamkarann in the coming episodes. This is indeed shocking news for fans as we had only witnessed the union of Neil Khanna (Zain Imam) and her. After a heavy romantic episode, the makers are gearing up for an equally heart-wrenching separation. It is on the lines of Divyanka Tripathi’s death sequence that happened few weeks ago on Yeh Hai Mohabbatein.  That episode had brought a lot of TRPs to the show and apparently the channel has adopted a new strategy even here as well. They will kill Avni and bring her back after the leap. (Also Read: Naamkarann: Unhappy fans want Sayantani Ghosh aka Neela to be back from the dead – read tweets!)

According to sources, Avni will kill Vidyut (Karam Rajpal) in the coming days.  Post that, she will be jailed somewhere and there will be an accident in the jail. She will be declared dead after that. However, she will be alive and suffering from memory loss. Buzz is that veteran actress Neena Gupta will make an entry as Avni’s new adoptive parent. The show will undergo a change to bring in more freshness. We have heard that Sana Amin Sheikh is going to make a comeback on the show soon. We texted Neena but she said that she was not entering the show.

The fans of the show are sorely missing the presence of Sayantani Ghosh who did a fab job as Neela. People were bowled over by the grace she brought to the role of the righteous and loving mother. Even Mahesh Bhatt thanked her profusely on social media. The entry of Neena Gupta would be perfect as Avni does not have a parent as of now. Moreover, she is a powerful actress and will be a great addition to the stellar cast. Stay tuned to Bollywood Life for more scoop and updates…



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