Naagin 4 Episode 1: The Supernatural Drama Receives A Lukewarm Response From Fans

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The fourth season of Ekta Kapoor's much-awaited show Naagin 4 premiered on December 14, which received mix responses from the fans. Read more.

Written By Tarun Nair | Mumbai | Updated On:
Naagin 4

Naagin is an Indian supernatural television series, which is produced by Ekta Kapoor under her banner, Balaji Telefilms. First aired in 2015, Naagin chronicles the story of a miraculous shape-shifting snake, who has the power to become a human to take revenge from her wrong-doers. The fourth season of Naagin 4 premiered on December 14. Seems like Naagin 4 is off to a great start, as fans have appreciated the show's star cast and unique plot. However, some fans felt that the makers of Naagin 4 had nothing new to offer. Here is how fans reacted to Naagin 4's first episode.

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Fans react to Naagin 4's first episode

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The rumoured story of Naagin 4

As per several reports, Manyataa, a  Naagin princess, agrees to give up her magical powers to marry her soulmate, Keshav, who is a human. This decision comes back to haunt Manyataa as she is left helpless when Keshav and his entire family are massacred by his enemies, but she somehow manages to run away with her daughter. The show is said to focus more on how Manyataa revenges the death of her would-be husband's family.



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