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Anita Hassanandani To Mouni Roy To Karishma Tanna – Actresses who portrayed ‘Naagin’ on television

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Television celebrities enjoy a great fan following as they constantly keep on experimenting with their roles in the shows. We have several actresses who chose a gutsy way of shining on the small screens.

From portraying a sati savitri bahu to playing the vamps and even shapeshifting snakes, our television actresses have done it all. With the fourth season of ‘Naagin’ about to go on air lets take a look at the actresses who portrayed ‘Naagin’ on screens.

Actresses who played Naagin on the small screen

Mouni Roy

Mouni’s fans started calling her Naagin of the television industry, after the success of her popular show, ‘Naagin’. The supernatural fantasy drama was produced by Ekta Kapoor in which Mouni was seen portraying the role of shape-shifting snake, Shivanya. She was a part of the first two seasons, which went on to become one of the highest-rated shows on the TRP list.

 

Karishma Tanna

We all loved Karishma Tanna for her role of Naagin in Ekta’s famous fantasy drama-‘Naagin’. But did you know she has already portrayed such type of role in the show, ‘Nagarjun’ which featured Pearl V Puri in the key role. In this show, Karishma was seen as Maskeeni, an antagonist, who seeks revenge from Astika (Nikitin Dheer) for trying to kill her in the show. She was seen sporting a dramatic look in the show.

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Anita Hassanandani

The pretty lady who is known for winning million hearts with her onscreen performances was seen portraying the role of a shape-shifting snake in ‘Naagin 3’. She bagged many accolades for portraying the fierce role of Vishakha a.k.a Vish.

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Adaa Khan

Adaa Khan who made her small screen debut with the TV show ‘Palampur Express’ had become a household name after the success of her show, ‘Naagin’. She played the role of Naagin Shesha in ‘Naagin’ and later, Naagin Takshika in the second season of the show.

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Priyal Gor

While we have seen several dramatic portrayals of Naagins in the shows and movies, Priyal Ghor was probably the first to feature as an adorable snake in a comedy show. The pretty actress was seen playing Ichha (Naagin) in the comedy show, ‘Ichhapyaari Naagin’. The show was set in the backdrop of Naagistan, the fantasy place where many of the Ichhadhaari Naags and Naagins live. Priyal won people’s heart with her adorable portrayal.

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Sara Khan

Dipika Kakar starrer, ‘Sasural Simar Ka’ was one of the most popular shows on television. During the end of the show, Sara Khan was seen playing the role of the antagonist, Maya who enters the show to harm Simar.

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Richa Mukherjee

‘Nagarjuna-Ek Yoddha’ was one of the most popular drama on television, which also starred Richa Mukherjee in a prominent role. The actress played the character of Urmi, who is from Naaglok. Set in the backdrop of fantasy stories and the mythology, the show had gained good TRP ratings back then.

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Sayantani Ghosh

Sayantani Ghosh is currently making headlines for bagging a prominent role in Ekta Kapoor’s upcoming show, ‘Naagin 4’. Interestingly, Sayantani had already portrayed a snake in ‘Naaginn’ which was aired in 2007. The pretty lady was seen as Amrita, who transforms herself into a snake to take revenge from the Singh family, who had killed her parents (king and Queen of the Naaglok).

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Shweta Tiwari

One of the most beautiful actresses in the TV industry, Shweta Tiwari is known for pulling off any kind of roles with equal ease. She was seen portraying the role of the Snakes Queen, Surmaya in the popular show, ‘Naagin–Waadon Ki Agniparikshaa’ that came out in 2007.

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So which one of the above is your favourite Naagin?

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