Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai: New entrant Payal Nair reveals details about her character in the show | Bollywood Life

Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai recently achieved the 3000 episode milestone. The show has also been topping the TRP charts for a month now. The current track of the show is disappointing for fans, but the audience are still interested in the reunion of Kartik and Naira. As reported earlier, the show will soon have a new entry of Payal Nair. The actress will play the role of a lawyer for Kartik in Kairav’s custody case.

Payal Nair had recently revealed certain details of her character from Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai. In an interview with IWM buzz, the actress said, “Damini has never lost a case in her entire career. She is very strong and is a person who is on the face in her behaviour. The lady will have her own set of rules to tell her clients. She will want them only to answer to her questions and not question her much. She will tell Kartik that just like the custody of his child is important for him, the case and its outcome is very important for her. She will tell Kartik not to interfere in the proceedings and leave it to her. She will tell Kartik not to hide anything from her. Damini is very shrewd and professional. She has also done her homework with respect to Kartik and Naira’s backgrounds and story. So she knows everything about them even before she meets Kartik.” Payal Nair will play the role of Advocate Damini Mishra, who is very renowned and has never lost a case.

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“In simple words, Damini will tell Kartik not to bother about the proceedings in court and only pay attention to the judgment,” Payal added. Well, seems the entry of Damini Mishra is sure to create problems for Naira in Kairav’s custody case. It will be interesting to see whether Naira will win against a reputed lawyer or will Kartik get Kairav’s custody.

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