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'Swaragini' going off-air! Namish Taneja aka Laksh not upset


It's indeed shocking for the fans as news is doing the rounds that popular daily soap 'Swaragini' is going off-air.

Confirming the news, Namish Taneja, playing Laksh in the serial, said that some wrong decision and deterioration of the story line led to such a consequence.

But the 22-year-old actor, who has recently made a comeback as Laksh's look-alike Abhimanyu, is not at all upset with the show's going off air.

"I am really not upset because I was not there in the show for two to three months and the entry was not according to the plan. I am not upset," he said.

Adding to his dissatisfaction with the makers, the actor said, "I have a feeling 'as you sow, so you reap.' My point is, the story line was deteriorated. They too took some wrong decisions and hence the result is before you. Let's hope this does not get repeated."

Presently, 'Swaragini' has taken a huge twist with the entry of Abhimanyu, which brings forth Ragini's crazy-lover avatar once again.

Namish also reveals that in the upcoming episodes it will be revealed that Abhimanyu is none other than Laksh.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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First Published: Tue, November 22 2016. 10:42 IST