We knew something was amiss in the story, says Vijayendra Kumeria on Naagin 4 end
Producer Ekta Kapoor had recently confirmed that Naagin 4 (Colors TV) will be going off air on her Instagram account. She had thanked the lead actors Nia Sharma, Vijayendra Kumeria and other star cast for their outstanding performances in the show. She also thanked Rashami Desai for her short stint in the show, calling it as a special performance.
Recently in an interview with a leading web portal, Vijayendra Kumeria who essays the role of Dev in Nagin 4, spoke about his reaction to the show going off air.
He said that he had been informed about the decision to end the show by the production house before the news came out to media. They told him how a show like Naagin cannot start from the middle again and get the same kind of attention. He also mentioned that he appreciates how producer Ekta Kapoor came on record and spoke about them. He felth that it was really sweet of her to do so, given that the producers of her stature take the onus on herself and just clarify the picture.
Talking about the show not doing well in terms of TRPs, compared to the previous three seasons, he shared that he and other actors felt that story of the show was missing something since everything else was the same and the actors were putting in their hearts to make the show a success. He is confident that the makers will fill in the gaps in the script with season 5 of Naagin.
The actor also denied monetary reasons were the reason behind the makers deciding to end the show.
When asked about the reaction from other co-stars, he shared “I haven’t spoken to anyone on the telephone, but after two days of knowing the development, we spoke over chat and were okay. Be it Rashami or Nia, we have done many shows and I think we are immune to this on-air, off-air thing. If it was our first show, maybe the reaction would be worse. Of course, you feel bad but then you learn to move on”.
As reported earlier, Naagin 4 will come to an end in a special four episode finale.The actors will be shooting for the remaining episodes as the Maharashtra Government has allowed the TV/Film shootings to resume in non-containment zones. The producers have to follow guidelines for social distancing and santization keeping in mind the coronavirus pandemic.