Nakuul Mehta and Surbhi Chandna are in talks for the prestigious Sanjvini remake on Star Plus. Read the news here.

Ishqbaaaz leads Nakuul Mehta and Surbhi Chandna to team up for Sanjivini remake on Star Plus?

Producer Siddharth Malhotra’s banner Alchemy Films will soon start work on the prestigious project which will be a medical drama on the lines of the popular shows Sanjivini and Dill Mill Gayye. The show will beam on Star Plus and is expected to launch post the IPL.

There are huge expectations already as the earlier seasons of the project were runaway successes.

If reports are to be believed, Ishqbaaaz lead Surbhi Chandna has been roped in to play the role of the female lead.

Now we hear an industry buzz doing rounds, which states that with the closure of Ishqbaaz announced, the channel and makers will try their best to bring in popular actor Nakuul Mehta into the show as the male lead.

Wow!!

Are you all already jumping out of your seats?

Wait on, as this for now is only a possibility, exclaims the insider.

As per our well-placed source, “Talks are surely on with the Ishqbaaaz leads Nakuul and Surbhi to play the leads in the medical concept on Star Plus. But things as of now are pretty nascent and lot of factors will go into the decision-making eventually.”

As of now, we can only hope and pray that this evergreen Jodi of Nakuul Mehta and Surbhi Chandna will be back into our lives, via new characters and a new show.

Our fingers are crossed right now!!

We buzzed Nakuul, but did not get any response.

We reached out to Producer Siddharth Malhotra who refuted the news.

Our efforts to reach out to the channel spokesperson were in vain.

Are you hoping that this turns reality? Let’s hope so… And we will keep you updated with the latest developments for sure.

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