Launched on 22nd November 2015, Zee TV’s primetime show ‘Kaala Teeka‘ tell a story set against superstitions. The show captured the journey of a girl child Kaali who was treated as a human Kaala Teeka for another child Gauri and was expected to shadow her everywhere for the well-being of the latter.
The show is now set to bid adieu to its ardent viewers on 14th April. Having kept them glued to the tube for 1 year and 6 months, the show ends at the peak of its popularity.
Kaala Teeka cast celebrated with cake cutting and celebrations. The whole cast was nostalgic and sad at the same time with the show’s closure.
The show started with a stellar cast of veteran actors like Mita Vashisht, Bhupinder Singh, Daljeet Kaur and two child artistes Adaa Narang as Gauri and Sargam Khurana as Kaali.
Speaking on the show’s closure, Simran Pareenja who is currently seen playing the role of Pavitra, said: “I am genuinely happy that Kaala Teeka happened to me. This show has given me recognition and I have enjoyed being a part of it. I have made some very good friends like Daljeet (Kaur) and Fenil (Umrigar). I have seen many leaps in the show and emotionally I am very attached to it and will surely miss shooting for it.”
She also added, “From playing a 20-year-old girl to a mother, I have got a chance to explore my abilities as an actor. I’ve learned to speak Bhojpuri and even performed a lot of difficult stunts on my own. I will remember this phase, this show forever. I am glad the makers aren’t dragging the storyline as it loses the charm of its plot so it’s better to end the show on a high”.
Do not forget to watch the high-voltage drama on the last day of the show where Naina who has regained her memory is furious to know that Pavitra has married the love of her life, Krishna.
On the other hand, Pavitra is confused as Naina is forcing her to leave the village and come with her to Lucknow while Krishna wants her to stay back with him in the village. Together, Naina and Pavitra decide to put Thakur behind the bars for his deeds and misusing the women of the village.