This Morning came with a shocking news for the fans of Colors’ ‘Ek Shringaar -Swabhimaan’, as the show is all set to bid adieu soon!
Yes, you read it right, the Rajshri Productions’ popular daily soap is going off-air.
According to a report on an entertainment portal, the decision to pull the show, ‘Ek Shringar Swabhimaan’, was taken overnight despite it performing well at the TRP charts.
A source associated with Swabhimaan shared the exclusive information with indianexpress.com, “Last night the channel all of sudden passed this sermon. Ratings and content wise we are doing quite well and it is unethical on the channel’s part to pull the plug on us. We will air the last episode this Friday. Along with the team, we are sure fans will be left completely saddened by the news. We are clueless why this tough decision was taken.”[ecp code=”4″]
Reportedly, the show’s last episode will air this Friday (29th September) and the team is currently working on the happy ending track for the soap. The cast is expected to wrap up the shoot by coming Thursday. Lead actor Sangeita Chauhaan told the portal, “It’s really unfair and unfortunate and we all are shattered with the news. It’s not official yet and if at all its going to be true then I am going to miss the whole team. We all are like a family. Let’s see where will the destiny take all of us.”
Another actress of the show Ankitta Sharma added, “The off air news has come across very shocking to us. The entire cast is in tears. It is little weird that show is shutting as it is doing well and is being liked by masses.”
Helmed by Sooraj Barjatya, Swabhimaan, that launched in December last year depicts the story of two sisters, who in their own way fight for their rights. Their respective love stories were also much loved by fans. The show stars Sangeita Chauhan, Ankita Sharma, Sahil Uppal and Samridh Bawa. The young actors have become a sensation and seen a tremendous rise in their fan following with this serial.
“Swabhimaan” airs at the 9:30 pm slot and as of now it’s replacement hasn’t been zeroed in on.