Star Plus’ Ye Hai Mohabbatein has always been a show setting trends and churning out memorable tracks giving out strong messages.
Looks like the show is all set to do so again and this time it will come up with a lost of drama and struggle between right and wrong.
Ishita will again be the one who will be on the right side yet cornered for the same.
As of now the viewers have seen, Adi turning all psychotic and desperate to get Roshni in any way possible.
When he will get to know that she is all set to marry another guy, he will lose his sense and go on to claim Roshni, this way or that way.
His state of mind will be so that he will try to harm Roshni on not being able to acquire her and hence, will opt for an acid attack on Roshni!
Yes, Ye Hai Mohabbatein is going to focus into the contemporary problem of acid attacks on women through this track!
But wait! The story doesn’t end there.
According to a report by tellychakkar.com, Ishita will come to know about Adi’s intentions and will try to stop him.
But Adi will be adamant on throwing the acid and in order to stop him at the nick of time, Ishita will shoot him!
Apparently, in Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu This, back in 2004, in order to save her daughter in law, Nandini, Tulsi had shot her own son after he had abused Nandini.
The scene remains to be one of the the iconic scenes in the history of Indian Television starring Smriti Irani, Gauri Pradhan and Akashdeep Sehgal.
There comes a time, when one needs to choose between the right and the wrong. Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi had focused on ‘Marital Abuse’ by a husband who forced himself on his wife. And now Ye Hai Mohabbatein, is going to focus on acid attack. Tulsi chose to be on the right side and not let her son do the wrong deed. Ishita will do the same.
The point to be noted here is, in 2004 Ekta Kapoor showed how a woman and a mother had to choose the right despite her own son being at the wrong end and how it is a mother only who may have to opt for this step to stop her son’s misdeeds if necessary.
And in 2018, when discussions about the upbringing of sons in majority of Indian households are ripe and woman and child abuse have reached greater heights, Ekta Kapoor is back again to remind the viewers what she showed 14 years ago!
At that time it was Tulsi, this time it’s Ishita! At that time it was Ansh, this time it’s Adi.
Isn’t it ironical, we have crossed more than decade, yet we are standing at the same crossroad like before. What was contemporary then, is contemporary still.