Mumbai, Oct 6 (IANS) A split of the lead onscreen pair Raman and Ishita, surrogate pregnancy and a long impending leap — the upcoming track of popular TV show “Ye Hai Mohabbatein” is headed towards a bumpy road.
If sources are to be believed, the beloved couple of the small screen Raman Bhalla and Ishita (played by Karan Patel and Divyanka Tripathi) will go separate ways due to misunderstanding caused by Raman’s ex-wife Shagun’s (played by Anita Hassanandani) pregnancy.
The current track on the Star Plus show is focussing on Shagun’s pregnancy, due to which Ishita feels a little jealous. And Raman hasn’t disclosed to Ishita about Shagun playing a surrogate mother to their child, all this confusion will lead to a huge fight between the protagonists.
“The fight between the two will lead to separation and from there on, leap in the show will finally start. With Raman having his third child staying with him post leap, Ishita will come to know about the surrogacy,” said a source close from the production.
The leap will be of 10 years, and other details are yet to be finalised.
Remo D’Souza gloomy over ‘Dance +’ end
Every good thing comes to an end, but a sense of emptiness follows it. Ace choreographer and director Remo D’Souza is also going through the same feelings as dance reality show “Dance +” moves towards its finale.
“There is immense happiness because we are very close to finding India’s next dancing sensation. I am also sad because the journey is coming to an end,” D’Souza said in a statement.
The Star Plus show, with its super judge D’Souza, has reached its final leg. And the viewers will witness an amalgamation of various dances, where along with the mentors and super judge, past contestants too will shake a leg on the stage.
Talking about the finale performance, D’Souza said: “There is a lot in store for audience for the finale. I personally chose to dance with Dharmendra, whom I call ‘D +’. All the performances happening on the finale will be never seen before performances for sure.”
D’Souza for the first time is to choreograph a dance sequence for mentor Shakti and host on the show Raghav. And he himself said he desired to dance with contestant Dharmendra and mentor Dharmesh.
D’Souza’s friends Terence Lewis and Geeta Kapur will also come on finale episode, which is to be aired on Saturday and Sunday.
Deepika Singh’s challenging yet thrilling experience
Television actress Deepika Singh says shooting for some action sequences for upcoming track in “Diya Aur Baati Hum”, has been extremely challenging for her.
According to her, the audience can expect an “adventurous ride” with some Hollywood inspired “Mission Impossible” stunts in store.
“Mission Mahaabali has been an adventurous ride for me. My experience while shooting for this entire track has been extremely challenging. I’ve had to perform some really tough stunts and action sequences,” Deepika said in a statement.
She added that she has “shot in extremely tough locations and there have been a lot of difficulties as well, but it has been a thrilling experience so far”.
The Star Plus show is gearing up for a power-packed action chasing sequence as Mission Mahaabali gears up for its climax with Sandhya (Deepika) saving the country from facing nuclear attack.
Deepika will also set her fear of heights aside as she will be seen jumping over a moving truck and performing a mid-air fight sequence and also will be seen hanging on to a chopper.
The actress notes that the best is yet to come.
“Mission Mahaabali will end on a thrilling note. There will be a lot of drama, a lot of action,” she added.