Will miss 'Kuch Toh Log Kahenge' team: Kritika
Mumbai: 'Kuch Toh Log Kahenge' lead actress Kritika Kamra has confirmed that the show is set to go off-air soon and that it will definitely be a sad moment for the entire team.
"It was great, doesn't feel that such a lot of time has passed. Whenever a serial gets over, it's not a happy moment. But then, that's how life is and you move on," the 24-year-old said here Thursday on location of the show.
The last episode of 'Kuch Toh Log Kahenge', loosely based on the Pakistani show 'Dhoop Kinare', will reportedly be aired on March 28.
Kritika says she will miss the whole team.
"A lot of people have been there since the beginning. Of course, there is a bonding with the actors because you are together in the scene," she said.
"Then there is my director who has been there even before the show started, since the mock shoots. He is such a good director that I will him personally and professionally," she added.
The show went on air on October 3, 2011, with Mohnish Bahl in the role of Dr. Ashutosh Mathur. He was later replaced by Sharad Kelkar.
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