'Rishto ke bhi roop badalte hain' - if there's anything that being a 90s' kid taught us, it was to believe that anything and everything can happen in the world of television. Thanks to Ekta Kapoor for making us believe that there can be a million rebirths and a thousand unreal coincidences. Since we were quite the enthu-cutlets about Kasauti Zindagi Kay returning, we were wondering what all we will get to see if Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi returned. Here's why Ekta Kapoor should consider our request!
Because shock is the main element of all Ekta Kapoor serials. You know how they pan the camera to different people when something tragic happens? Or if someone says something shocking? You know you secretly love it, don't you?
But bro, how many lives does one person have? Are they cats? People come back from the dead to claim their throne in the family! Remember how Mihir woke from the dead and then Tulsi did the same? We all discussed that in school the next day.
Remember Baa? She was probably some 236 years old when the show was going on. Where else will you get to see this? Nostalgic, much?
The real Mihir was played by Aman Upadhyay and then suddenly he had an accident and came back as Ronit Roy. I mean there is plastic surgery, then there is K-plastic surgery. Get it? *wink*
It's funny how no one got married peacefully. Either a past lover or saasu maa had some devious plan to wreck the wedding. So basically, some or the other drama happened at the mandap and the wedding couldn't go further than the three glorious pheras.
While we all might have seen evil in our life, but the level of evil that exists in Kyunki is hard hitting and unreal. Mostly from outsiders who are new and just make their way in to to the family to fu*k things up and leave.
25 years later also the characters look fresh AF and without a single sign of aging. They just look younger than before. How, tell me how? I need this youth potion!
I wonder how are these people read each other's minds so clearly? I can't even understand what a person is telling me when they're talking to me sometimes!