Exclusive: Naksh Khichada to enter Sony TV’s Kaamnaa

Child artist Naksh Khichada is all set to enter Sony TV’s newly launched show Kaamnaa.
Naksh Khichada

MUMBAI: TellyChakkar is back with an exciting update from the television world.

Sony TV’s newly launched show Kaamnaa will soon witness a new entry!

According to our sources, child artist Naksh Khichada, who has earlier been part of Choti Sarrdarni, has been roped in for the show. He will play Mr and Mrs Kaushik’s son.

Kaamnaa is produced by Rajesh Ram Singh and Pradeep Kumar under their banner Cockcrow and Shaika Entertainment. They currently bankroll two famous shows Choti Sarrdaarni on Colors and Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Meiin on Star Plus.

Kaamnaa stars Agle Janam Mohe Bitiya Hi Kijo fame Abhishek Rawat and Chandni Sharma who was last seen in Ishq Mein Marjawan, in lead roles.

Cockcrow and Shaika Entertainment are also coming up with a new show titled Kabhi Kabhie Ittefaq Sey.

TellyChakkar will soon update our readers with further developments. Stay tuned!

(Also read: AUDIENCE VERDICT! Sony TV's show Kaamnaa needs more PUNCH

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