Tuesday, June 25, 2013
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Taking a leap seems to be is in vogue these days, with every show heading towards a leap. Now, the most talked about show Dil Ki Nazar Se Khoobsurat on Sony TV which was in news that it will soon go off-air, is supposed to have got a fresh lease of life. The makers with a new concept in mind are planning to give the show a five year leap.
Our source informs us that, "Aaradhya will become an RJ after five years and she will be all the more responsible towards her family. She will no longer be bubbly and chirpy, but more balanced and serious in nature."
"This will be because she will loose her unborn child and Dr Shekar will give his son to her so that she can take care of him and the child will be named Ehsaas (played by child actor Eklavaya). Dr Shekar will not be staying with Aaradhya and young Ehsaas."
"Later on, Aaradhya will try to contact Dr Shekar but Dr Shekar will not come back to Aaradhya as he wants to leave Ehsaas and Aaradhya alone. On the other hand, Rahul (Abhishek Malik) and Prena (Mitali Nag) will be happily settled in Banglore" ended the source.
The story will focus on how Aaradhaya will love and nurture the young Ehsaas, her successful RJ career and her love for Dr Shekar.
When Contacted Soumya Seth she confirmed the leap saying,"The coming episodes will be interesting and Aaradhya will also become more matured and serious."
The leap is all set to go on air tomorrow that is 26 June 2013.
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