After Deepika, this actress will quit 'Sasural Simar Ka 2'!
After Deepika, this actress will quit 'Sasural Simar Ka 2'!

Colors' TV serial 'Sasural Simar Ka 2' is being loved these days. The show is having new twists and downs and has been very entertaining to the audience. In fact, every week the ratings of this serial are showing good growth. Just a few days ago, the makers had discharged Deepika Kakkar from this TV serial and now another actress is going to leave the show after Dipika Kakkar. Now reports suggest that something bad is going to happen to Tanya Sharma's character in the show as well. In fact, Tanya Sharma plays Reema in the show but now she is also going to say goodbye to the show.



A video of her pointing to this is currently going viral. Talking about the current track of 'Sasural Simar Ka 2,' Simar is seen taking a stand for herself and her husband Aarav. In Simar's eyes, Reema is responsible for every bad situation. In fact, Reema had disappeared from her own marriage and simar had to marry Aarav to save the family's honor. Gayatri Devi is against the marriage and she keeps targeting Simar day in and day out. On the other hand, Reema is now being worried that she and Aarav cannot be one anymore.

Soon Reema will do something that will make everyone lose consciousness. Tanya Sharma herself recently shared a video of the set of 'Sasural Simar 2.' You can see in this video she is seen taking it in a bathtub and bleeding from her hand. The video clearly shows that Reema will try to kill herself in the upcoming episode. Now looking at this video it can also be said that Tanya can say goodbye to the show. Well, now it has to be seen whether Reema's character will really end up in this serial, or will the makers bring a new twist to the serial?

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