From saving summer camp to saving face, here's how the 'Kuch Bhi' moments played out this week-
Jaanvi in 'Woh Apna Sa
' has a cute little quirk of having short conversations with herself. This one time, however, it was literally a hallucination. She came home dreaming of her boss and lo! he appeared before her in her mirror, which can be a little scary. Our girl, however, had a casual chat about the relationship between the two. She outright speaks to him like it isn't surprising for your boss to show up in your room out of nowhere.
This major throwback to the snake game
'Kuch Rang Pyaar Ke Aise Bhi' saw the entry of a CGI snake (yes, it moved in the same format of the snake game you played as a kid). All hell broke loose when it was spotted in a room at summer camp. While squealing and being terrified was a popular option, Dev had a better idea. Adamant to save all the people at the summer camp, he dashed into the room with his weapon of choice. This weapon happened to be a towel. He then took a chance and threw the towel on the snake, wrapped the slithering creature in it and tossed it out in a jiffy! While we aren't complaining about his techniques (read: we can't even!), shouldn't he be wondering if there are better ways to save summer camp?
When a baarat left with the wrong groom
'Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai
's' wedding sequence is so long, it isn't difficult to fathom forgetting who's marriage it was in the first place. But, the show took a step further and forgot the groom itself. In a strange turn of events, the Goenkas, in their rush to get the baarat
going, ended up leaving Karthik behind. Karthik ended up slipping into a bathtub when he went to clean up a stain on his sherwani and remained there for quite a long time while his family left with a lost groom who wandered in out of nowhere.
This effortlessly unintended griha pravesh
'Dil Se Dil Tak
' gets a lot of things right. We like where the show is heading and the characters are still charming. This week however, we saw something that is sure to make you roll your eyes. Teni ends up barefooted and she's placed exactly around a pot of kumkum that's overflowing with water and we already know it's going to be in her way as she walks into the home. And, before we know it the floor is red with kumum, Teni walks right over it, marking her entry into the house. See how that works out? Yes it's an accidental griha pravesh
as witnessed by Parth and Suyog and yes, they had an ominous look with a shunk playing in the background score as an addition. Rolling eyes on 1,2,3...
What do you think? Did you catch any of these moments on screen?