Over the next couple of weeks, Ekta Kapoor's Kahanii Ghar Ghar Ki (on Star Plus) will undergo a dramatic turn.
|ON HER WAY OUT? Sakshi Tanwar|
Parvati Agarwal (Sakshi Tanwar), the chief protagonist in the serial who has taken up a crusade against the villains, will die in a bomb blast engineered by Sasha (Chetan Hansraj).
Thereafter, Sasha will go through a radical transformation and get his comeuppance. And then disappear from the scene later.
"As you sow, so you shall reap. Sasha will discover that to the fullest," says Sandip Sikcand, creative head of Kahanii Ghar Ghar Ki (and K Street Pali Hill, Kayamat and Koi Dil Mein Hai).
"Sasha faces the biggest defeat of his life in today's episode. What he had done to Krishna will now happen to him. He's the smartest, wittiest and the most powerful of them all.
He can't take defeat. In the process, he comes close to Monica (Suvarchala Narayanan) and falls in love with her eventually. She is his biggest support system and an emotional anchor."
Adds Hansraj, "Today's episode features me (Sasha) running to the court to prevent the transfer of properties in the Agarwal name. I run to the court to prevent the documents from being stamped but before reaching my destination I hurt my leg."
"Parvati's death is the high point this week. Sasha can't handle the defeat, so he plans revenge on Parvati and engineers a bomb blast to bump her off.
He goes crazy in his thirst for power and wealth. The key players in this scenario are Parvati, Sasha and Monica," says Sikcand. "Avantika dies and so does another character.
This brings about a great change in Sasha. He understands the full impact of his deeds now. He has dug his own grave, which ultimately mentally destroys him."
"I go mad and end up in a mental asylum," states Hansraj. The popular, tawny-eyed actor will now take off on a 45-day break to the UK.
"I will be acting in Assantearron Productions' serial, loveforever.com and a film from the same house, Meet Mrs Clooney. I will return and join Kkusum (his other show on Sony) again."
Isn't he upset about leaving Kahanii Ghar Ghar Ki? He says, "I had tears in my eyes the day I learnt I was leaving the show. I will miss it terribly because this show got me an amazing response from the audience.
People came to love Sasha despite his evilness. It's been amazing playing the character."
Was Sasha better than the role he enacts in Kkusum? "Any day," is his prompt reply.