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Even as the viewers of “Kumkum Bhagya” are eagerly waiting for the track where Tanu’s (Leena Jumani) truth will be revealed, recent reports said that Pragya (Sriti Jha) would meet with an accident in the upcoming episodes.

While the audience must be wondering if the protagonist’s accident will further delay her mission of exposing Tanu, according to Tellychakkar.com report, Pragya’s accident will merely be a dream sequence. The report said that in the upcoming episodes, Pragya’s mother Sarla (Supriya Shukla), who has been bedridden due to paralysis, will overhear Tanu and Nikhil’s plan to kill Pragya. Soon after this, Sarla will dream of Pragya meeting with a major accident.

Concerned about her daughter’s life, Sarla will make all efforts to regain her strength and will be back on her feet. She will then reach the spot where the antagonists had planned to kill Pragya and save her daughter from the mishap by pushing Nikhil in front of a speeding truck. In the course of saving Pragya, Sarla will also get her voice back.

With Sarla regaining her voice, it remains to be seen if she will reveal Tanu’s truth in front of Abhi (Shabbir Ahluwalia), considering that she is aware of Tanu’s evil deeds. Also, will this mark the end of Tanu’s track? Only time will tell.

Meanwhile, there were reports recently that after the track of exposing Tanu and reuniting Abhi and Pragya, the makers have decided to bring Bulbul back on the show. It should be mentioned that Bulbul (played by Mrunal Thakur) lost her life while helping her sister Pragya in her mission. However, it is not yet known who will essay the role of Bulbul on the show.

Earlier, there were reports that Kajol Srivastava would replace Mrunal and will essay Bulbul’s role. But the actress recently opted out of the project as her entry on the show was continuously getting delayed.

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