Dalljiet Kaur: One Can Tell From Antara’s New Look That She Means Business

Zee TV’s well known fiction show ‘Guddan Tumse Na Ho Payega’, has gotten a most loved among the watchers of the show with its one of a kind and never-seen idea of the nation’s most youthful Saas, more youthful than the bahus of the family she gets hitched into. In the forthcoming scenes of the show, Durga (Shweta Mahadik) and Vikrant Goyal (Pawan Shankar) will discover better approaches to torment the Jindal family and Guddan (Kanika Mann) will attempt to secure her friends and family at each progression. While Guddan and the male lead AJ (Nishant Malkani) are attempting to consider approaches to spare their family, there comes another famous curve in the story!

AJ’s first spouse Antara (Dalljiet Kaur), who was accepted dead will make a rebound in the Jindal House, yet in a totally new look! Amped up for her reemergence on the show, Dalljiet stated, “I am truly excited to begin shooting with my co-entertainers of Guddan. This time Antara will rebound with plans of genuine vengeance. Prior, it was for no particular reason that she used to mess around with the family however this time, she has come back with a motivation of making the lives of Jindal relatives damnation as they had attempted to consume her alive. Her vengeance won’t be focused on just AJ and Guddan, however will go further than that. Along these lines, there will be a great deal of rush, fervor and thus I need to caution the crowd that it won’t be simply pointless fooling around with Antara in the up and coming track. Guddan and AJ should lock in and attach their safety belts for this rollercoaster ride.”

On discussing her vampish yet glamourous new symbol, Dalljiet included, “This time, Antara’s look will be totally different and one can tell from my look that I mean business. She will be returning spurred and prepared to make everybody’s life hopeless. With her unmistakable style and short hair, the new Antara is in no way like the former one and I am anticipating some solid crowd responses.”