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After Yeh Hai Mohabbatein, Aly Goni to be seen in Life Ok’s horror series opposite Piaa Bajpai?

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The reports of Aly Goni quitting Star Plus’ popular show Yeh Hai Mohabbatein have been going around since a long time but now the actor has himself confirmed it. Aly posted a picture of himself and the show’s lead, Karan Patel, on his Instagram account, two days ago and wrote, “It’s been almost 4 years now I met this man @karan9198  and I never thought that this man is going to be my favorite person my elder brother my best friend my family here.. thank u so much yhm  no matter where ever I will be working next but he will be always and only brother and yes no one can take his place ever  I love u bhai thank u for everyyyything  #bhaibhai #karaly #highonlife ”

Replying on his post, Karan wrote, “@alygoni…chote u are and always will be my baby brother…i swear i have tears while i write this, I loovveee you beyond brotherhood meri jaan..! Mmwaahh…!”

While his co-actors from YHM are really upset with his ouster, Aly is already looking forward to play a lead in a show. Yes! You heard that right. As per a report in Tellychakkar, Life Ok has roped in the handsome hunk as the male lead of their upcoming horror series, that’s expected to go on floors soon. It will be a finite series. The channel, which recently announced Masoom (White Horse) and Yaariyan (Directors Kut), is currently working on the show. We also hear that Piaa Bajpai, who appears primarily in South Indian films, will make her TV debut with this show.

“There’s nothing on TV in the horror genre at the moment, and thus the team decided to utilise the space and build up something interesting. The makers have also roped in Pawan Karipalani, director of Ragini MMS to create the magic and intrigue,” a source told the portal. When asked to comment on the developments, Aly said, “Nothing is confirmed at the moment.”

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