Ye Hai Mohabbatein, based on a novel Custody by Manju Kapoor, showcases divorce, infertility, remarriage, mature love and deals with societal issues. It follows the story of Raman and ...
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Set in Udaipur, a great family drama consisting of the everyday events going on between the families. The show focuses on human relations in a sensitive way. It shows day to day issues without any over the top drama. Social issues like girl child foeticide, domestic violence, widow remarriage etc were raised.
Ye Hai Mohabbatein, based on a novel Custody by Manju Kapoor, showcases divorce, infertility, remarriage, mature love and deals with societal issues. It follows the story of Raman and Ishita who are connected by their common love for Raman's little daughter Ruhi. Ishita is a Tamilian whereas Raman is a Punjabi.Written by
Probably the only Indian TV show I have been able to watch. I am glad I accidentally watched an episode one night on internet(show was already on air for two years). The chemistry between lead actors really amazed me and dialogues felt fresh. After that, I became addicted to it. It showcases some extremely complicated relationships and custody issues arising out of urban divorce. Both male and female protagonists have their own flaws and their love story as parents not as husband wife is something entirely refreshing. This coupled with brilliant acting and dialogues just makes it extremely classy. Sadly the writers and creatives have run out of ideas and current episodes are just boring, desperate and have been written without any thought just for making money out of its fan following. Current tracks are just injustice to the what was a brilliant show. It would have been justified to end the show somewhere around 450 episodes.
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