In Kalyana Vaibhogam, Nithya Makes Her Second Move To Take Manga On

Sneha Bale

June 26, 2019


3 min

It’s time for Nithya’s (played by Meghana Lokesh) second move, in the Telugu TV show Kalyana Vaibhogam. This time, her approach is more direct than her previous attempts. In case you missed out, Manga had been planning¬†to become the legal hair to Swaroopa since for the world, her only daughter was dead. Manga’s doubt that Nithya may still be alive and around came true during the fashion show. The adoption plan was meant to get closer to her arch enemy. But Nithya considers this to be a threat to her existence. She believes that Manga wants to take her place and erase her name from everywhere. And so, she kidnapped her own mother from the temple to delay the adoption ceremony.

Watch her next move here:

Swaroopa begs Nithya to show some mercy on her twin sister and let the adoption process take place. She promises to Nithya that she will divide the wealth equally and says that may be Manga won’t live for long. Nithya instructs her men to call Jai (played by VJ Sunny). They follow her order and tell Jai that they have 30 mins to save Swaroopa, who is stranded in a construction building five kilometres away from the temple. She then orders her men to tie Swaroopa, her own mother, up, in place of the current scarecrow. Despite being warned about the harm to Swaroopa’s life, Nithya gives them a go-ahead.

Swaroopa In Kalyana Vaibhogam
Swaroopa in Kalyana Vaibhogam (Source: ZEE5)

Manga confidently convinces everyone that somebody wants to stop the adoption process and they must not let that happen. And so, Manga along with her husband Jai and her confidant, Chary, go ahead to find Swaroopa. They find the construction building and get to the job. Each of them looks for Swaroopa in a different direction on each floor. But will they succeed in finding her? Will Manga save her real mother or become a bait to Nithya’s plan herself? Stay tuned to find out.

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