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    Default Kartik to create problems in Simar's life in Sasural Simar Ka!

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    Prateek Shukla who will be seen playing a negative character of Kartik in Sasural Simar Ka will add more trouble in the life of Simar in the upcoming episodes of the show.

    Rashmi Sharma Telefilms' popular show Sasural Simar Ka on Colors has witnessed a lot of buzz regarding the leap and introduction of a new family with new parallel actors.

    Now an interesting twist in the tale is coming up for the viewers ahead in the show. As the story is revolving around the mystery behind Suniana's accident, it will soon unfold in the upcoming track with a new entry in the show.

    In the latest episodes, it has been shown that Roli (Avika Gor) comes to know that her sister Simar (Dipika Samson) is alive and she is pretending to stay far from her family. Whereas Roli on the other side decides to find out the mystery behind Sunaina's death as she wants to know what exactly happened that made her sister stay far from her and her family.

    Sunaina on the other side is taking care of Vikrant's (Aadesh Chaudhry) house and his family as she feels she is responsible for Sunaina's death.

    Further the story of Sasural Simar Ka will go on a different track introducing new character in the show.

    According to the sources, "The story will introduce a new actor Kartik (Prateek Shukla). He will be seen as Vikrant's younger brother."

    Further our sources added, "Kartik is a Doctor by profession who stays in Delhi, he will give a surprise visit, to meet Vikrant and his family. He comes and scares Simar and she will think that a ghost has entered the house."

    And if sources are to be believed, "Kartik will play a negative character who has come to take revenge and will create problems in the life of Simar."

    Well, the audience will get to see a lot of drama coming up in Sasural Simar Ka.

    Keep reading this space for more updates.



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