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    Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi : From Kids Deceiving To Elders Doubting!

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    Good morning people!

    Yesterday’s episode of Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi literally scared me. Somehow Golu’s actions, especially the way he stole Rs 4,000 from his father’s wallet at wee hours of the night gave me chills.

    Although the tasks of this game by Golu were moderate as compared to the one I am going to talk over in this article, yet somehow the pattern did remind me of the infamous game of Blue Whale.

    The game that originated in Russia apparently made youngsters commit crime, hurt themselves, get themselves addicted and later made them kill themselves. The inventor of the game claimed that he had the intention of cleaning the society from weak and unwanted people through this game. Such destructive mind I must say!

    This game in the show was no less. A game which declares yourself as a ‘loser’ if you fail to steal, can’t be made by any sane man.

    But Golu’s addiction to it is dangerous.

    In this context, I would like to write something again with two references.

    How many of you have seen parents trying to distract, please or entertain their toddlers by showing them something intriguing on phone? The mere technology of swiping the screen by just touching somehow immediately appeals to kids and I have seen kids who are months old or just a year also expertly swiping through the screen of a phone and taking extreme pleasure in doing the deed.

    Yesterday in a hospital’s waiting lounge, I saw a similar scene where a little girl, may be one and half years old, was swiping through the screen of her mother’s phone and giggling merrily.

    When this child will be 5 years old, she will nothing be like the children we were at 5. There will be nothing like going to parks in the evening, playing ludo, crying for toys, asking for colourful golas while returning back from school, but it will be all about X-boxes, video games and social networking sites.

    Our children will be like robots. They will know to socialise only in the virtual world but not in the real. They would learn to hide themselves behind a computer screen instead of facing the world.

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    No exposure before proper time is good for health. We don’t feed our children with solid food until their teeth appear, we don’t send them to school until a certain acceptable age, we don’t try to teach them do things on their own until they are of a considerable age, we don’t consider them as adults until they are 18. Then why do we hand them over these gadgets when they don’t even speak or spell the word ‘gadget’?

    Why today’s children have a cell phone, a tab or an i-pad to play with at such tender age? There are children who probably know more about today’s technology than we do! As much as that’s impressive, that’s dangerous too! Because ‘Blue Whale’ kind of stuff are lurking around everywhere on internet to target weak and impressionable hearts.

    And even if it’s not a game, then also, is twitter a wonderful site to be in for a kid? What kind of language do often trollers use in twitter to target celebrities or important personalities? The curse words aren’t surely something that should reach the eyes of a child.

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    Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi

    But still all of it are exposed to little children like Golu, just because they are smart and they have access to these gadgets.

    With regards to this, I had read an article which stated how Prince William’s son and daughter are raised in this modern era of 2017.

    Apparently little Prince George and little Princess Charlotte are barred from using gadgets because their parents feel that their kids should also receive the childhood they had with toys, outdoor games and activities.

    Can’t we encourage more of such bringing up pattern too?

    Also Read : Prince William and Kate Middleton News: iPad Off Limits for Prince George and Princess Charlotte

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    Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi : From A Fun Classroom To All The Resistance To Change!

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    ‘Issue create karne ki zaroorat hi nahi hai! Jaise chalta aa raha hai waise chalne dena chahiye naa?’

    This one dialogue has been said in various ways by Elena, Radha Rani and even Asha. And somehow my thought process also got stuck right there.

    Why only the education system of the children, this is our motto of life in every ground, phase and circumstances – ‘Jaise chalta aa raha hai waise chalne dena chahiye’.

    We human beings normally are so so resistant towards any change that a constructive change also comes across as a ‘created issue’ in front of us.

    What we fail to understand is – Gradual change is eventual and right with a change in time. And it’s an ‘issue’ when we fail to change with the change in time.

    And anyone, who initiates this change initially faces more resistance than support.

    And because Dev Dixit in Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi has become a teacher this week, we will also get into the classroom mode for a change –

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    Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi

    History Made Easier –

    I am not lying when I am saying that Dev reminded me of my history teacher from school. Her classes were not only educating but entertaining to the core!

    I am also not lying when saying that many at that time used to term her as a ‘mad teacher’ because of her fickle ways of teaching.

    But she was like that until after our 10th, we heard she became a principal of another school and left our school.

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    Her process of making us study history was somewhat like this –

    She would select two girls (because ours was a girls’ school), from the entire class, give two scales to each one and then ask them to enact a sword fight. The outcome would turn out to be hillarious with half the classroom laughing with their heads out.

    I still remember this particular class that we had during our 8th standard. If I am not wrong it was about the chapter of Tipu Sultan’s fight with Lord Wellesley.

    And to get it into the heads of the students about how the resources Tipu Sultan had were not upto the standards of the British Imperial, she had handed over a pencil to a girl asking her to fight with another having a long scale.

    She had said, ‘Let’s see how long you survive with that pencil!’.

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    Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi

    Many people had objection towards her way of teaching. But as far as I remember, she continued like this until she was there.

    History was fun at that time and I guarantee you, none of us ever failed in the subject while learning from her.

    That’s what Dev is trying to do. He is incorporating as much as practical sense and sensibility into the minds of the students while making them learn without really putting the ‘pressure and tension of learning’ on them.

    The process of learning becomes fun and you remember things for a long time. Just like I remember this class of mine even after N number of years.

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    Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi : Hands Down – Dev Dixit Could Love Like A Real Man Would Ever Love His Woman!

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    Disclaimer : Tonight’s article is short, simple and is entirely dedicated to Dev Dixit. Any sort of confrontation or conflict between old and new, right or wrong are avoided in this piece, concentrating solely on the transformation of the character of Dev from the first season to the second season.

    He is ‘spineless’.

    He is a failed lover.

    He is mumma’s boy!

    He could never fulfill his promises.

    He doesn’t know how to balance!

    He is a man who can’t stand up for the right!

    Dev Dixit – An awful life partner one can ever have!

    We started our journey, from either saying all these to Dev or hearing all these about Dev.

    Now let’s do a fast forward to the current scenario and see where we stand and Dev stands –

    He is ‘spineless’.

    But you need a spine to go against the norms of the society, your own family to do something as rebellious as he did!

    He is a failed lover.

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    But everytime he failed, he tried harder to succeed until he really did!

    He is mumma’s boy!

    The boy who defied his mother and stood up for what he felt was right for his wife!

    He could never fulfill his promises.

    Who cares about promises when you have a man who fulfills your unsaid wishes and never expected expectations?

    He doesn’t know how to balance!

    And we have a man here who after using expert trade tricks, learnt household tricks in less than one month! If that’s not balancing, nothing can be.

    He is a man who can’t stand up for the right!

    And hereby we saw someone who just went against the world for the ‘right’ and the ‘rights’ of his wife.

    Dev Dixit – An awful life partner one can ever have!

    And the most successful businesswoman of the year just said, he is the man behind her success. The ‘Best Husband’ and father to her children.

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    Shaheer Sheikh’s Next Show’s Poster After Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi Is Out!

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    As we all know, the second season of Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi is a finite series and shall be ending soon so, after that, actor Shaheer Sheikh is going to focus on his Indonesian projects.

    Actor is currently seen as Dev Dixit in SONY TV’s, Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi and will be seen playing an Angel for the very first time in his upcoming Indonesian show, Malaikat Tak Bersayap.

    The actor shared the poster of the same on his social networking site. Check it out –

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    Malaikat Tak Bersayap

    Take a look at the short trailer below –

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    5 Reasons Why The New Season Of Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi Is A Must Watch!

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    One of the most loved and popular show of Indian television, Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi is back with it’s new season to show us some new colors of love.

    The fans who were waiting for it are definitely watching it but it’s a must watch for everyone who wants to see something refreshing and logical.

    Here are five reasons why it’s a must watch –

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    Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi

    1• Relatable Content –

    The struggle of working parents in spite of full family support is relatable to so many people out there.

    When you are at work, you miss your kids and all you think about is if they are okay. When you are at home, your mind is constantly occupied with work assignments.

    And, to maintain that balance in both professional and personal life is the real struggle.

    In the upcoming episodes, we will see how Dev and Sonakshi balance it out perfectly.

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    Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi : Mistakes Galore On Day 1 Of Dev’s Parent Trial!

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    Good evening everyone!

    It’s going to be a Dev appreciation post today. Reason? Because I believe in encouraging people who try to do something new rather than taunting or discouraging them.

    Dev took time to even become a good lover and a good husband, at least he has fared well as a father since the time he came to know that he is a father.

    Anyway, without cribbing further, here’s some tit bits from the episode –

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    Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi

    Dev Dixit – Liar Liar, Pants On Fire!

    Dear Dev,

    You are a businessman. And business can’t be conducted on white sheets everytime. Shades of black will be there. Life can’t be always black or white. Grey shades will always be there.

    A good businessman is always a good manager. And a good manager is a good manipulator and a good manipulator will always be good in two things – Convincing and Diplomacy.

    Honestly speaking, if your words aren’t convincing, you can’t be good in business. Every businessman, no matter what he sells later, the first thing he or she sells is words.

    Trust me, even I do the same with my readers everyday. I sell words and they buy them because most probably they find my words convincing.

    But then that’s the art of business. It can be applied to convince clients, partners, buyers, sponsors but it should not be applied on a teacher in front of the little kids, who may think that if their daddy dearest can lie to the principal to convince him, then why can’t they?!

    Suhaana and Golu aren’t big enough to differentiate between white lies and black lies. They will just end up lying if such an example is put forth in front of them.

    But then you know what’s sad Dev? No one did tell you today the way we did it here. Everyone did jump on you, including Bijoy, for being wrong. It’s just plain sad that you are judged and shouted upon so easily and immediately on every occasion.

    It was your Day 1 as a father taking care of his children, and everyone just accused you rather really did supporting you whole heartedly.

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    Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi

    P.S:- The office scene of Devakshi was surely adorable. We have seen many wives talking lunch boxes for their husbands during lunch hours at offices and spend 30 mins of romantic time together on screen. Now seeing a father dropping off children at school and also dropping by to see his wife at office before returning back to the children was something fresh to watch and equally appealing.

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    Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi : If Mothers Learn After Becoming A Mother, Why Can’t A Father Learn The Same?

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    Good morning!

    Since we already discussed about all the possible references with regards to the current ongoing content of the show, this article will just be a shorter and lighter one.

    Without digging too much into everything, let’s just highlight the high points from yesterday’s episode –

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    Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi

    1. Mamaji Feels Proud Of Dev

    Except Vickey, who is now somehow tagged as a chauvinist by Elena, all other men in the show are somehow very proud of Dev.

    It is to be noted that none of them are of the view about how Dev is not being like a man while indulging himself in the household chores.

    Reason? Probably they know that if they were given a choice, even they could not have gathered the courage to do what he is doing.

    Hence, admiration from Saurabh, Mamaji and Bijoy (people who are not at all chauvinists), have immediately appreciated Dev’s brave attempt.

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    Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi : Dev Dixit’s Journey Towards Redifining ‘Life Partnership’ Starts Now!

    Dear dads, and if you're not a dad… Dear Moms- or just tag an awesome dad or mom in your life to share this with. Ok. Dear Dads (or anyone who needs this) Some of you may hate changing diapers. Some of you may let your partners do the majority of the "dirty work". Some of you may love it. If it's ok- I'd like to offer my own perspective. Please take it with a grain of salt as trust me...I am no expert in parenting and this is as much a reminder for myself as it may be for you. One thing I've realized as a parent is that time can either be our best friend or our worst enemy. If we take our time with our children for granted, at some point in our lives not matter what you believe ...you will be filled with remorse and or regret. Regret that you didn't take more time to connect and build a relationship or a routine with your child, or play with them when you could have had the chance. Regret that in the blink of an eye, your baby is now a teenager or a grown-up and you can't go back in time and re-experience the magic of their youth with everything you know now! If you don't think that one day you will look back at your life and weigh the time you spent with them VS. the time you spent working, or being on social media instead of playing with them... I think you would be mistaken. But on the other hand, time can also be our best friend - because just the acknowledgement that time is passing can help us stay grounded and present. If you realize that time is fleeting and your child is only going to be the age they are today ONCE…then those two minutes a few times a day cleaning up poop, or pee, or vomit or whatever else they secrete....can be turned into an opportunity to connect instead of as a job. So...my challenge for my fellow dads (or parents) is simple. Let's make time our friend and not our enemy by simply acknowledging that it's here. Every moment that goes by is a moment we can't get back... but we can choose we do with the moments we haven't been given yet. Let's all do the best we can to be proactive in the lives our children .... and remember, OUR choices today are THEIR memories tomorrow. #parenting #redefinemasculinity #fatherhood #bepresent

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    Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi

    Good morning!

    A prior warning. Today I am going to skip all the rants from Ishwari, Maami and everyone around. Because that’s what we all have heard since the day we were born and that’s what we are seeing since the time our brain started working.

    Man works and woman helps.

    Man eats and woman cooks.

    Man loves and woman breeds.

    Man provides and woman uses.

    Man finds woman pyaari pyaari and woman remains the abla naari.

    Ok jokes apart, these are the traditional and established duties of men and women in the society. We all know that. Have seen that. There’s nothing to analyse in that. So this article is strictly going to quote some eminent men and women who have had something to say with regards to masculinity, feminism (which apparently means gender equality but people take it otherwise) due to respective reasons.

    I am going to use those references today because everyday you don’t get to bring forth such awesome perspectives to thousands of readers. And KRPKAB indeed has a lot of such readers to digest these philosophical serious talks. We have absolutely three points to ponder today and I have a good number of reference for all the three.

    Also there’s nothing to talk about Ishwari’s sudden hyper reaction. In the first article for season 2 itself, I had written, the woman can royally tell Sonakshi, ‘You sit back at home, your brother will take care of the business’. But she will never be able to accept if Dev applies her own theory on himself by making Vickey do his share of work. Kyun bhai, Sona ka bhai kar sakta hai to Dev ke paas bhi to bhai hai na?

    Anyway, when it comes to gender equality, we are all hypocrites. And there’s no point in pondering over our hypocrisy because that’s hardly going to change so soon (or may not change ever!). Personally, I feel gender equality in a country like India is just a good to be talked about theory. The way our boys are brought up and the way they are always taught about masculinity since day 1, it’s hard to get gender equality established in Indian households in true sense.

    Having said that, I will not write more about it. But will share an amusingly ironical post that I had read on social media about how we, Indians, bring up our sons. We bring up them in a way that they can starve to death but still can’t even cook a 2 minute noodles for themselves (barring the exceptions). Take a look and you can laugh at the conditions of the poor men of our country –

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    Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi

    This part was genuinely for the awesome scene that was written yesterday showcasing Suhaana and Golu and how they are being brought up. Dev witnessed it himself and probably silently he understood where the upbringing is going wrong and may have made a mental note to change that style of upbringing.

    The scene went like this – Golu sits on an imaginary laptop and keeps screaming for tea from Suhaana, whereas she juggles in the imaginary kitchen because even these kids, who are not even 10, have come to terms with it that a girl’s place is in the kitchen only whereas the guy needs everything in handy to even get ready for work.

    If this continues then Suhaana might be exactly like her mother, making tea, breakfast, handling things at home and of course handling her father’s and mother’s business empire too. But Golu will become another Vickey who will need Elena or Suhaana or his future wife to even feed him food so that he can earn his livelihood with a filled stomach.

    Are we still under the impression that our men are self independent and self sufficient. Time to snap out of your assumptions.

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    Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi : What’s The Harm If The Mother And The Father Exchange Their Roles Occasionally?

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    Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi

    Happy Ashtami to everyone!

    Sorry for this super late article in advance. We are having some technical issues on the site today and I was caught up with that since yesterday night. But that surely doesn’t count as the excuse to keep you guys waiting. So sorry!!!

    Coming to the episode now. I will not really indulge into analysing Ishwari’s each word and sentence today. Although I agree with her concern but I have always had problems with her approach towards any problem.

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    Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi

    She sticks to her own thoughts which remain inflexible no matter what. Anyway, this is no Ishwari’s character analysis post but just a normal one citing the stupid thoughts that crossed my mind recently –

    A person who knows how to read, should also know how to write, right? If you know only to read and not to write, you are actually missing out on the fun of garnering complete knowledge. Knowledge or education requires both reading and writing.

    Similarly, if you love eating and you are an expert in knowing about world class food, your knowledge about the same gets completed only when you become a good cook dishing out the same food items too.

    If you are a good in talking, then you cant you be good in listening as well?

    Why do we have this habit of discriminating between ‘this’ and that’ as if, if someone can do ‘this’, he can’t do ‘that’ or vice versa. Can’t a painter be a singer too? Can’t a dancer be a writer too?

    Why can’t a mother be a father too and a father be a mother too. Why a father’s role for majority is only that of a provider and protector? Why can’t he be as motherly as a mother is, occasionally?

    And why a mother can’t be a father too while being a mother? Didn’t Ishwari and Sonakshi both played the role of a father and mother simultaneously for their kid/s in their respective lives? I don’t see Suhaana or Dev, being brought up by single mothers, who also played the role of their father, being spoilt.

    May be they did it due to circumstance. But they did it and they passed in it with flying colours – They were both a father and a mother to their children being complete parents to them.

    Now if these mothers can be fathers to their children, why it is so unbelievable that Dev too can be a mother to his child for sometime?

    As Asha said, our body needs both vitamin and protein to stay healthy and mother and father have different roles to play in the life of a child. Both are important……..contd.

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    Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi Season 2 : The Mirror And Its Reflections Are Back!

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    Selamat Malam!

    Got confused? Well, that’s good evening/good night in Indonesian language. But read it as good evening because we can’t start off this thing by wishing good night, no?

    So ‘good evening’ for the show that has started its new journey on a brand new evening slot of 7pm (Just a reminder for those who tuned in to watch the show by mistake at 9:30 pm).

    Before moving forward, while typing down this article I am going to share some of my own feelings. It feels like home finally to be able to write on Dev and Sonakshi’s new journey again.

    Tonight, when the show started off and in the very first scene we watched Dev and Sonakshi blabbering in their sleep, there was a certain kind of familiarity about knowing these characters that would fill your mind instantly.

    We know them. We love them. And they are back in our drawing rooms with their life that is much much relatable.

    KRPKAB is back. And it’s time to see the mirror again because this show is a reflection of how we are and how we should be.

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    Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi

    Dr. Sonakshi Bose Dixit – Reflection Of Every Existing Mother To A Newborn Child

    Our Sona is the same old Sona. Loving, caring, responsible and a woman who has a lot to admire in her husband.

    She simply loves to watch Dev playing with their child and laughs heartily hearing his comical lohris to their son in the middle of the night.

    This time being a mother has not been a tough experience for her as it had been earlier.

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    Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi

    This time it’s been a partnership between Dev and her. Two equals trying to build their future together.

    And which woman in this situation would not be happy? She has a loving family. Two lively children. An extremely understanding husband, a brother taking charge of her business and a ‘overprotective’ mother in law.

    Let’s face it – Season 2’s Sonakshi is luckier, happier and more content than she had been in season 1 post leap.

    Except the initial obligations and popular theories that a mother should stick like a glue to her child despite him having 10 people to take care of him for a few hours, she has no other hurdle to cross right now.

    But a mother’s heart always stays back with the child no matter what! And even though Sona is been asked to go to office by Dev, she didn’t have the heart to leave her son.

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    Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi

    Although, may be I would have liked it more if Ishwari had said, ‘It’s just a matter of few hours. You complete your work and till then for a day I will take care of Shubh’, as casually and lightly as Dev said keeping his confidence in his family, it didn’t happen so (It has never happened so I guess!).

    And when Sona didn’t get the same confidence from Ishwari as she got from Dev, there was something that grew the seed of hesitation within her.

    Let’s face it. A mother cannot balance family and work life with a happy face and content heart until her family really gives her a backbone to rely upon.

    Sonakshi got it from Dev unconditionally. However, it didn’t come from Ishwari yet.

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    DON’T MISS – New Colors Of Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi – Stills From The Sets!

    Shaheer Sheikh On The Sets Of Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi

    Sony Entertainment Television’s ‘STAR’ show Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi is gracing the television screens yet again.

    After the uproar over the sudden end of the show by the fans, the daily soap is going to hit the TV screens from 25th of September 2017. The show is all set to be back in a new avatar of life, lessons, love and much more.

    And no doubt the ardent followers of the show are extremely elated and we are happy too. The show is going to be on-air for 6 weeks and the 6 weeks, from the commencement to its culmination, Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi promises to take you on a ride of mixed bag colourful journey of love and emotions.

    The shooting of the show has already started rolling and because we at Fuze have such loyal reading base in the admirers of the show, we have something very special to share with you

    Straight from the sets of Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi, here are a exclusive stills of the amazing cast of the show.

    Every exclusive still is just going to brighten your weekend. So what are you waiting for start scrolling now!

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    Shaheer Sheikh On The Sets Of Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi

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    Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi NEW PROMO : Meet The ‘MAN IN LOVE’ – Introducing New Form Of Partnership With Role Reversal!

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    Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi

    Meet a man who is ‘in love’. Now being ‘in love’ doesn’t only mean romantic love. Here it refers to a man who is ‘in love’ with everyone and everything in his life. In short, he loves his entire being.

    A man who loves life so much that it gives him the decisive freedom to set his priorities as per his heart’s desire and not as per the regular norms of the surrounding world. He gives a damn to those norms. He is ruled by his heart or let’s say by ‘love’.

    Leaving behind what you achieve through years, days and nights, by sweat and brain and go on to simply tie yourself with ‘love’, for love and by love isn’t everyone’s forte.

    Very few people can love his/her family like that. And Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi simply added that new shade to its hero yet again where the man has touched the extreme level of nobility, tenderness and has probably taken 10 steps ahead towards being ‘giving’ in love.

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    Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi

    He is in love with his daughter, his newborn son, his wife, his mother, in short he is in love with ‘love’. And this new Dev, simply wants to feel all that love not even missing one single chance to indulge in the magical feeling.

    After all he had missed all of that for 7 long years. How much did those 7 long dark years affect this man that he willfully left everything behind just to live and breathe those lost 7 years?!

    Meet the new Dev Dixit who has let go off half his foundation, half of his identity, just because the man wants feel love and give more love – To his wife, his daughter and his little son!

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    Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi

    The promo shows us how Dev is taking care of his children, being a perfect parent to them and a perfect life partner to Sonakshi too. While both of them are playing a reversed role in their life, both are shown to be happy, content and glowing in love!

    The lyrics of the song clearly says how life and love becomes more beautiful through ‘partnership’ between two people –

    “Thodi si teri zimmedaari, thodi si meri hissedaari, ghar aangan sambhaalenge ab to baari baari,rishto ke likhenge naye maayne, dekhe duniya humko to bas yeh kahe, kuch rang pyar ke aise bhi…….”

    So this new ‘form of partnership with a role reversal’ is all set to hit the screens on September 25th at 7 pm on Sony! This form of partnership is quite unseen and unconventional. While the two partners might be fine with it, it is to be seen if the others surrounding them are also fine with it.

    The trailer is surely winsome and engaging. And if you still haven’t watched it, then watch it below –

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