'Ghulaam': Niti Taylor aka Shivani opens up on her exit from the show

Updated On : 30 Jul , 2017 , 07:37 AM
'Ghulaam': Niti Taylor aka Shivani opens up on her exit from the show
'Ghulaam': Niti Taylor aka Shivani opens up on her exit from the show
New Delhi:

Niti Taylor has confirmed her exit from Life OK's popular show 'Ghulaam' and said that it is a teary-eyed moment for her. The actress plays the role of Shivaani in 'Ghulaam' and has been associated with the show from the beginning.

While the news of her exit from 'Ghulaam' has left her fans disappointed, Niti said it was an amicable decision as per the demand of the script. "Yes, my character is all set to exit from the show Ghulaam. All good things come to an end first and so is my character. As per the demand of the script, the makers and I have decided to amicably part ways," Niti said in a statement.

The television actress further asserted that she had a great time being a part of the show and called it a wonderful journey. "I have been associated with the show right from its inception and obviously it's a teary-eyed moment. It has been a wonderful journey for me and I have thoroughly enjoyed being a part of the show. I hope my fans will continue to support me in my future endeavours," Niti added.

Reportedly, Niti's character will be killed in the show. According to a report published in India Today, "In the upcoming sequence, Rangeela (Param Singh) and Shivani will be seen fighting a war against the atrocities taking place at Berehampur and will be on a mission to change the fate of the fictional city. Shivani's character will be seen paying the price for fighting against the odds of Berehampur."

The media reports also suggest that 'Ghulaam' will have a new female lead in the upcoming episodes and the makers are planning to rope in a fresh face for the show. While the quest for the leading lady is on, the makers are yet to announce the new female lead of 'Ghulaam'.

First Published : Sunday, July 30, 2017 07:29 AM
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