Kausauti Zindagi Kay was one of the most loved television shows in the year 2001. Anurag and Prerna’s love story was truly adored by the audience and the show lasted for about 7 years. Ekta Kapoor decided to make a comeback with Kausauti Zindagi Kay 2 in 2018 after almost a span of 10 years with Parth Samthaan as Anurag Basu and Erica Fernandes as Prerna Sharma in the lead.
Recently, the actors of the show have shot for their last scenes and they are all emotional as the show is ending. Pooja Banerjee who played Nivedita Basu got emotional as she spoke about the show. In an interview with Spotboye, Pooja Banerjee revealed how much she will miss being Nivedita Basu.
Pooja said, “I am really going to miss my entire team of Kasautii Zindagii Kay. I will also miss being sassy Nivedita Basu and especially draping Nivi style sarees. My team who helps me to get into the attire have been teary eyed from past 5-6 days. My hair stylist, makeup artist, costume and jewellery team always gave their best and went out of their way to make my look stand out and I will always be thankful to them for this.” The entire team of Kasautii Zindagii Kay 2 are close to each other and Pooja said that she will stay connected with each one of them. She said, “I will keep meeting my cast so that way I am a little relieved.” Pooja Banerjee is also a part of Ekta Kapoor’s Kumkum Bhagya.
Sahil Anand who played Pooja Banerjee’s on-screen husband, Anupam Sengupta was supposed to leave the show earlier itself but he decided to complete the last sequence. He recently returned to shoot for the last episode. In an interview with Spotboye, he spoke about whether he wanted to quit even before the show was supposed to go off-air. He said, “I wanted to quit Kasautii because I had other projects coming up, and my track wasn’t resuming. But my new project got pushed to a later date, and I received a call from the makers to come back for the last track. So, I thought why not. I did get to know that it’s going off-air. This show is actually very close to my heart. We’ve all become like a family now. It’s one memory that will always stay with me.”