*Disclaimer: The following content is a light reflection that leaves out any scope for critique. We are strictly talking puzzling moments that may come as a shock to the viewers.
This week, TV went from threatening to downright fiery scenes. In a bunch of blink-and-miss moments, we got some of the best scenes that sum up the week well and give us a dose of what uncontrolled, badly-edited fun looks like. From home remedies belonging to hell to disturbing home improvement projects, we got you the best scenes, TV has to offer.
Here's how the kuch bhi
moments played out-
Advay (Barun Sobti
) is full of tricks Chandni (Shivani Tomar
) cannot predict. The duo are finally left alone at home and within barely 2 minutes, Advay tries to play his cards; this time, under the guise of completing a kangan
ceremony. He forcefully puts on a pair of bangles on Chandni's wrists and what he does next will leave you a believer in hatred as hot as fire. He pulls out a lit match-stick and throws it at Chandni, and needless to say it lands exactly at the bangles as it bursts into flames. The fiery jewelry just rages without the skin showing any signs of burning.
Anami (Mahima Makwana
) who has taken to sleeping under a tree on Rishton Ka Chakravyuh
has accidentally eaten peanuts and is having a major allergic reaction. She has brown gashes across her skin and it looks pretty painful. When medicines are brought to her, she flatly refuses asking the help to get her sarson ka tel
(mustard oil). She dabs a bit of oil on the affected areas and voila, the marks disappear in a second. While we are overjoyed our favourite character in the show has emerged from distress we are still left blinking (it was that quick).
Not only did she get cured by the editing team that gave her immunity to nut allergy in the very next shot but did so, while mouthing how desi
concoctions are always the best measure as opposed to western medicinea. Do we really need to mislead all of the viewers watching the show or are we good with magically disappearing marks on the skin?
Samir (Rohan Mehra
) has been struck with the realization that apologizing with a poker face may be effective in prompting forgiveness but not as effective as flogging yourself with a poker face on. He hands Sanjana (Krissan Barreto
) his belt and asks her to hit him as penance for his wrong-doings and when she refuses he obliges himself. However, after a few lashes and t-shirt tears, he's manhandled out of the home.
Back at home, Samir is at it again. He stabs the middle of his palm with a knife and begins to use the blood to scribble Sanjana's name on the mirror. When he runs out of space he begins to scribble on the walls, and we're wondering how much loss of blood (or logic) was involved *major cringe*
And, this is brought to you leaving aside the fact that Jaldev/Varundev (Rajneesh Duggal
) had his moment extracting truth from a statue that emits blue light.
Quite the barrage of cringe-worthy scenes isn't it? Tell us what serials you think has the most kuch bhi scenes on TV in the comments below-