Shakti- Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki Shocking: Colors TV’s popular show to be off air, shooting of Rubina Dilaik’s show is over

The journey of Colors TV’s famous serial ‘Shakti Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki’, which premiered on 30 May 2016 and has been running for 5 years, is going to end soon. Yesterday was the last day of shooting of this show in Naigaon. As far as the show is concerned, the shooting of this season is over now. If a report in Times of India is to be believed, “The second season of this famous show may also come because now this serial has become a brand.” Sijen Khan, Kamya Punjabi and Rubina Dilaik have played important roles in this show.

It was a very emotional moment for all the cast of ‘Shakti-Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki’. Although the news of Shakti going off air was in discussion for the last several days, but last night when this beautiful journey of 5 years came to an end, it was difficult for the people present there to stop their tears.

Bigg Boss will replace Shakti

Let us tell you, the telecast of the last episode of Shakti will be broadcast in the first week of October. Salman Khan’s ‘Bigg Boss 15’ is going to replace this show. Although there is some time for Bigg Boss 15 to go on air, till then the old shows of Colors TV will be aired on this time slot.

Producer gave special warning

Salman Khan is shooting for ‘Tiger 3’ with Katrina Kaif in Austria and he will return to Mumbai by the end of this month. After the arrival of Salman, the on air date of Bigg Boss will be announced. Talking about Shakti, no official announcement has been made so far about the end of this show. It is being said that the entire team has been forbidden from posting anything about the last day on behalf of the show’s producer Rashmi Sharma. Due to this information of Rashmi Sharma, probably no one has been posted about this on the social media profile of any of the actors of the show.

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