#KuchBhi: Mindless on-screen drama that will leave you dumb-founded!

A certain Pehredaar Piya Ki sequel makes the list...

Sunday, November 19, 2017 | 1:09:17 PM IST (+05:30 GMT)
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*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.

We're back with another bunch of Kuchbhi from the past week. This time around, the OTT drama went on to take the form of threatening creatures and combat scenes straight out of hell. From old time favourites like Ishqbaaz to new additions like Rishta Likhenge Hum Naya, we've got your week covered in bizarre moments. 

Without further ado, here's the mind-numbing barrage of scenes on TV- 

This staring contest feat. Dog and Ghost on Ek Deewana Tha

This TV show is all about the supernatural element of a ghost lover. However, this ghost has a pretty peculiar way to get work done. We already know he hates light bulbs and now he's found new prey to go "a Haunting" on. He picked the family dog!

There's a chit passed on by a fortune teller to Sharanya (Donal Bisht) containing her contact as she claims the girl has caught on some ad aura. The family rubbishes the rant and goes on to throw the piece of paper in the fire hearth. But, the ghost (Namik Paul) isn't pleased and he wants the contact to reach Sharanya and so he decides torturing a dog is apt. He appears in front of the canine and stares it into running amuck and dropping a pail of water on the fire. Must say, the staring contest was intense. He then chose to send the paper to Sharanya by making it levitate. 

Bonus: The top two frames contain a badly edited glimpse of an icey hand melting. 

This very effective technique for romance on Ishqbaaaz

The Oberoi brothers have a larger than life take to everything. Once the family was done grilling Shivaay (Nakuul Mehta) and Anika (Surbhi Chandna) about their sex life and buying Shivaay's teenage excuse (reminder: they've been married way too long) Rudra (Leneesh Mattoo) and Omkara (Kunal Kulbhishan Jaisingh) decide they need to take matters in their own hands. 

Shivaay sets out to order what they call a royal romance package, meanwhile Rudra  also orders something he thinks is fit for the couple to get intimate (cringey). And, somehow, when a royal Bengal tiger arrives in the mansion, they totally blame the keywords for it. So there is a website selling both flowers and tigers and nobody is asking how a tiger got delivered like a 30 minute pizza. 

Shivaay then uses his wife as a shield and Omkara was smart enough to pick a pillow in his defense. Also, if the bad graphics don't kill you, watch out for the "no animals were harmed" disclaimer. 

A quick guide to cart-wheeling in a lehenga on Rishta Likhenge Hum Naya

If you're wondering why the dainty Diya (Tejasswini Prakash Wyangankar) was chosen as Ratan's pehredaar, here's proof she's the best candidate. The woman does't just have a detector for poison in food but also the potential to go all "Matrix" on any threat of physical attack Ratan may have. 

Bhuvan challenges Diya to a sword fight and Diya answers with more that swordsman skills; she unleashed her secret power- the gravity defying lehenga. The pehredaar legit did backflips and cart-wheels (while the combat moves didn't require it) and shut down her opponents. 

Did you catch any of these secenes on TV? 
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Posted on: 01 December 2017 at 2:11am
Can u stop writng abt RLHN if u cnt write somethng worth readng? We love Tejasswi Prakash wayangankar and rohit suchanti as DiRa n equally love the show.

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Posted on: 19 November 2017 at 2:16pm
IB is one of the most stupid meaningless indian series. No suprise cuz this what you get when Harneet is the writer and Gulena is the producer. RIP indian drama from bad to worse.

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Posted on: 19 November 2017 at 9:16am
Ishqbaaz was just too much!!!!

Can you really order a tiger online??

And can't they give the excuse she had her monthly course recently and is not pregnant??

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Posted on: 19 November 2017 at 5:07am
@india-forums Can you please reduce the bias in your articles? My first question is has the author of this article even watched the shows or has she selectively picked out scenes? Case in point, RLHN is not a sequel of PPK. (I think you all will only believe it if the pH runs a disclaimer 24/7 saying that it's not.) If RLHN is a sequel, wouldn't Diya be wearing Sindoor and Mangalsutra? Simple logic. Add onto this, using this misconception as a clickbait for the article.

Moreover, when ever did Diya claim to be poison-detector? She was doing what is done in many movies and serials. She was going to eat the food and wait to see if there are any poisonous side-effects. It would have made more sense to critique the danger behind it instead of calling Diya a poison detector when she never claimed to be one nor was she shown as one. As for the stunts, I understand that different people perceive it differently. Yes, the physics behind stunts does not make sense yet it is shown in many movies and serials even. Why call out this serial alone? If you're worried about logic, shouldn't you be critiquing the use of stunts in movies and serials in general?

@india-forums, this biasness does not suit you. Firstly, watch the show before making statements like RLHN is a sequel of PPK. A review is supposed to be neutral and criticism well-supported.

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Posted on: 19 November 2017 at 3:54am
It is not surprising to see the writer target a certain serial where there are many more that could be there in the list. Added to that is the fact that the line associated with the article chooses to highlight a particular author's dislike towards a serial or perhaps the actress too apparent. While it is okay to have personal likes and dislikes this does not suit the unbiased review that India forums is associated with. Not only is Rishta Likhenge not a sequel of the above show but choosing this line to grab readers attention shows the biased view of the author. Pls ensure that next time the article does not make your bias apparent :)

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