Bindass the ultimate content destination for youth is all set to bring yet another exciting offering "Yeh Hai Aashiqui" centered on the theme of love against all odds. Through this show bindass will showcase the most unique love stories which prove the age-old adage that love is the strongest emotion and can indeed, triumph despite facing the most daunting of odds.The show will feature youngsters who have dared to pursue love that does not fit into societal norms, and considered relationships that society at large still considers unusual. True to its promise of being a mirror of today's youth, Bindass, with yet another show, will represent their relationships, to showcase how love can help people conquer all difficulties. Yeh Hai Aashiqui underlines the reality that today's youth does not look at age, societal standing, the possible obstacles or even gender before falling in love.
The episodes in the show have been inspired by real life stories of unconventional love from across India in a recreated reality format. From the story of a small town girl who had the courage to love a guy with terminal illness, to the boy who dared to love a simple and pure hearted girl from a questionable background and decided to marry her, these stories will bring alive the many bittersweet facets of true love. The experiences of the real life characters will be enacted by well-known names from the television industry. Presenting these stories to the viewers will be popular the model turned actor, Vikrant Massey (Lootera, Balika Vadhu). As the host of the show he will play a pivotal role in each episode, taking the audience through relationships that are considered out of the ordinary and unconventional in our society.
Commenting on his role as the host, Vikrant Massey says, "I am very excited to be a part of Yeh Hai Aashiqui on bindass. It is enriching to host a show that makes a bold and purposeful statement to the youth of today. I truly believe that this is a wonderful step by bindass to bring complex love stories inspired by real life experiences of the youth and these stories deserve to be told."