On 8th January 2024, Mumbai: Popular show ‘Chand Jalne Laga’ on Colors set with the new entry. The show revolves around Dev and Tara’s romance. Srishti Jain plays a character of ‘Priti’ in the show. Priti who is a young widow from a traditional background, adds spark to their lives and embraces restrictions. In an upcoming episode of the show, Priti becomes Tara’s ally offering support in unexpected ways.
Srishti Jain Expressed Her Excitement For The Show
Popular actress Srishti Jain now joins the show ‘Chand Jalne Laga’ on Colors tv. She played the role of ‘Priti’ in the show. She expressed her excitement for working in the show stating, the start of 2024 couldn’t have been more fantastic. The show takes another turn with actress Srishti Jain as Priti in the show promising the evolving romance between Tara (Kanika Mann) and Dev ( Vishal Aditya Singh).
Actress Srishti Jain Wants To Collaborate With Colors
When speaking about Srishti Jain’s entry in the show she said, “I’ve been eagerly waiting for a chance to collaborate with Colors, and I’m thrilled that it’s finally happening. The start of 2024 couldn’t have been more fantastic – I got the call for this role on the eve of the new year.”
Srishti Jain Talking About Her Role In Chand Jalne Laga
Srishti Jain shared her character in the show. Srishti elaborates, “I’ll be seen essaying the character of Priti, who becomes Tara’s go-to person during her tough times. The introduction of Priti will bring a new dynamic to the love story of Dev and Tara. Here’s hoping that the viewers will welcome and cheer for me and my character on this new journey.”
About Srishti Jain
Popular actress Srishti Jain started her career in 2016 by playing the role of Krishna Satyam in the tv show ‘Suhani Si Ek Ladki’. She was born on 30th November 1996 at Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh India. She struggled a lot to become a name in the industry. She rejected several times due to her being overweight but later, she lost around 10 kg in a month. In 2017, she got the lead role in popular TV show ‘Meri Durga’ as a Durga Sanjay Ahlawat.
By Sojwal Gurav