Naagin 2 Actress Mouni Roy Cast As Mughal Queen Mehrunissa In Ekta Kapoor’s Web Series?
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Looks like Naagin 2 actress Mouni Roy is all set to take a big leap into the world of web series. Mouni, who’s currently part of one the most successful shows on Indian television, might soon be seen playing Nur Jahan/ Mehr-un-Nissa in an upcoming web series for Ekta Kapoor’s Alt Balaji.
Thought the series is yet to be officially announced, this recent photo shared by Ekta Kapoor captioned, “Someone is about to take a leaaaaap!!! #webseries #mehrunisaa” gives out a pretty strong hint the project is in the works.
Ekta and Mouni have so far enjoyed a super successful partnership, delivering hit TV shows like Naagin and Naagin 2. And with Ekta gearing up to conquer the web entertainment space with her soon-to-be-launched app, it’s fair to assume that Mouni will be a big part of this new venture. And what better than have this gorgeous and talented actress star in a web series about Nur Jahan.
Meanwhile, Bollywood Life got in touch with Mouni and asked her about this rumoured web series, to which she replied: “It is just talks.” She further added that if something was actually happening then the news would not be out through social media.
Well, she hasn’t confirmed it but neither has she denied. Guess we’ll just have to wait and watch. Stay tuned for more updates.
Nur Jahan born Mehr-un-Nissa, was the twentieth but most beloved, and therefore most important consort of the Mughal Emperor Jahangir.
She was the most powerful and influential woman at court during a period when the Mughal Empire was at the peak of its power and glory. More decisive and pro-active than her husband, she is considered by historians to have been the real power behind the throne for more than fifteen years.