Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya and Ekta Kapoor talk about Yeh Hai Mohabbatein’s END
After 1800 hundred episodes and six years on the tube, Star Plus’ Yeh Hai Mohabbatein is bidding us adieu. The fans are already struck with sadness and the star’s heart is heavy too. Like all things, this beautiful story of Raman Bhalla and Ishita is also coming to an end.
Talking about what the show meant to her and how it’s end will effect her life, Divyanka Tripathi, who essays the lead Ishita spoke her heart out to a leading daily. She said,“We all experience few moments in life where it’s difficult to decide if we should be happy or sad or both. This is definitely one of those moments as I bid adieu to ‘Yeh Hai Mohabbatein’ – one of the most beautiful chapters in my life. I am happy for all the love that has been showered on me by fans during this unforgettable journey of six years and am also sad that this wonderful chapter is reaching its conclusion. The role of Ishita was like a breath of fresh air, it rejuvenated me and made me explore different facets of my own personality. I didn’t realize when I fell in love with Ishita as a character and it is now an inseparable part of my being. Yeh Hai Mohabbatein is much more than a show for me, it gave me my life partner.”
Contesnt czarina, from whose creativity this show was helmed, Ekta Kapoor said, “When I created Yeh Hai Mohabbatein, I did not want to concentrate on the TRPs but on the social issue where a woman who cannot have children is labelled in the worse possible way by the society. This show got so much love that it went on for six years.”
Throwing light on her upcoming project, Yeh Hai Chahatein, Ekta said, “We have seen a lot of stories till now, but this one is going to be even more special. It is said that its easier for men with children to get married again, but very tough for a woman with a child to find a suitable groom.”