Krishna Chali London will see a huge high point with Shivani planning a wardrobe malfunction of Krishna during the sangeet.

Star Plus’ popular show Krishna Chali London (Parin Multimedia) will now kickstart the pre-wedding rituals of Veer (Karan Vohra) and Shivani (Vividha Kirti).

Well as per the track we at IWMBuzz.com wrote about Krishna (Megha Chakraborty) refusing the proposal of Veer post which Veer has asked Krishna to plan his wedding. He has thrown a challenge at Krishna that he will fulfill all his pre-wedding rituals with Krishna and even get married to her and not to Shivani.

Now, during the sangeet ceremony, Shivani will work out a way to get back at Krishna. She will create a problem in the attire that Krishna will be about to wear for the sangeet. Her idea will be to put to shame Krishna by working out a wardrobe malfunction so that Krishna will get humiliated before all.

The sangeet sequence will have all the moments of love, romance, dance and of course drama.

As per sources, “It will be Shivani to first dance sensuously. While dancing, she will try her best to woo her man, Veer. However, Veer will not be interested in Shivani. Later, Shivani will invite Krishna to dance so that the stage will be set for her wardrobe malfunction to get visible to all.

As per sources, “Krishna will be seen in a stunning attire and her dance performance will woo Veer so much that he will start dancing with her. During the dance, Veer will also notice the problem in Krishna’s dress and will do everything to cover it up by being her support.”

Will Krishna start to melt for Veer? Will Veer succeed in his challenge of wedding Krishna?

We buzzed actors but could not get through for comment.

Watch this space for more updates.

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