Karishma Tanna On Wanting Qayamat Ki Raat To Overtake Naagin 3: It Is High Time I Get My Due Credit
GLOBAL MOVIE MAGAZINE|August 2018

After a hiatus, Karishma Tanna started making headlines again from the beginning of this year and how! The actress returned to the small screen with her cameo in Ekta Kapoor’s Naagin 3. While Mouni and Adaa went missing, people were left heartbroken and they couldn’t wait to know who will step into the shoes of the naagins.

Finally, Ekta revealed her first naagin and it was none other than, Karishma Tanna. The actress always made heads turn with her stint and this time also we’re not disappointed. She even played a character in Ranbir Kapoor-starrer Sanju and received immense praise for it. She has been in the industry for a long time and has played numerous supporting roles, and few lead roles in TV shows. In Ekta Kapoor’s ongoing supernatural show, Qayamat Ki Raat, she is headlining the cast and is pretty good at it. We caught up with the actress to know more about her work.

 

It’s celebration time for you as all of your projects – Naagin 3, Sanju, Qayamat Ki Raat are bagging appreciation from all corners. How do you feel about it?

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