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Manit Joura Shares his feelings as his part in Naagin 6 comes to an end
Actor Manit Joura is a popular name in the television industry and is presently seen playing the role of Rishabh Luthra in the most popular daily soap 'Kundali Bhagya'. Along with this show, Manit was also a part of another top-rated show, 'Naagin 6'. In one of the recent episodes, his character or the professor dies. His character and acting recieved much love from audiences and now people are saddened by the news of death of his character.
He played the role of a professor in the show and was seen since the very first episode which aired all the way back in February this year which presented how this professor learned about an evil plot of a neighbouring country and therefore decides to save the nation by summoning the ‘sarvshreshtra Naagin.
Manit has been managing both the characters exceptionally and his acting chops have been applauded by the audiences. Manit Joura has also been a part of shows like Prem Bandhan and Raam Milaayi Jodi.
He opens up about his experience saying,"Goodbyes are always difficult but every good thing has to end.. Professor's character will always be special for me. It was also an amazing experience to have worked with Tejasswi Prakash because she's a gem of a person. She makes people so comfortable. As always, its a pleasure working under Ekta Ma'am and I am eternally grateful to Ma'am for giving me one after the other opportunities, for trusting me to pull out any character. Being a part of such a big franchise as 'Naagin' has been a privilege. I was a little apprehensive while signing on to Naagin because of the name and look of the Professor but when I did do it, the audience accepted the character and showed a lot of love. So I'm very happy with the outcome and I'm going back with a very content feeling. "