'Na Bole...' to return with season 2
The show will come back with a new story line but same cast after a break of three months. The decision has been taken after requests from many fans, says Prashaant Bhatt, weekday programming head, Colors.
"When the news of 'Na Bole Tum..' going off air was communicated, we received calls from our fans asking us to revive the show. As the track for 'Na Bole Tum...' was poised to end at this juncture, we decided to use this popularity and connect of the characters to provide the audiences with a new season of the show," Bhatt said in a statement.
"With this we will be giving the show a new dimension and bring in a fresh track for the viewer," he added.
The last episode of the show will be shot on October 5.
The show revolves around the life of a single mother, Megha, played by Aakansha Singh and how she meets and falls in love with Mohan (Kunal Karan Kapoor), a journalist.
"I am excited to know that there will be a season two for 'Na Bole Tum...'. We have developed a strong bond by working for hours together, the cast is now almost like an extended family. I can't wait to know what the new season, story and my character will be like," said Aakansha.
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