Yeh Hai Mohabbatein which began with Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya and Karan Patel dominated hearts and proceed to accomplish that whereas going through stiff competitors from the rivals. Be it the performances of each actor on the present or be it the musical theme, it has the endearing high quality which made it one of the longest-running exhibits of Balaji Telefilms. But a pair of months in the past, Karan Patel who performed the function of Raman Bhalla give up the present. That appears to have stirred the issues up in not a great way.

Once a chart-topper, Yeh Hai Mohabbatein is failing to recreate it is magic these days. And rumours are doing the rounds that, Yeh Hai Mohabbatein is probably going to bid adieu to the tv world. Therefore, to revive its outdated attraction and to maintain the viewers entertained, the makers of Yeh Hai Mohabbatine are planning to give you a spin-off present. It is being mentioned that the present is titled ‘Yeh Hai Chahatein’.

Reports declare that the makers are planning to launch Yeh Hai Chahatein quickly. Buzz means that the present might go on air in the subsequent month, that’s, December. As per the studies, Gathbandhan’s Abrar Qazi and Tantra’s Sargun Kaur could be teaming up for the leads of the present. New developments additionally say that former Suvarna of Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai, Parul Chauhan, has been approached for Yeh Hai Chahatein. She could be seen essaying a negative function in the present.

As per a report in an leisure portal, Parul will flip vamp for the present. And if the studies are to be believed, this might be the first time that Parul will play an antagonist and any present. Apart from Parul, Zebby Singh of Manmarziyaan and Papa By Chance fame can also be approached for the negative lead. Interesting, do not you assume? Let us know your ideas by tweeting to us @bollywood_life. For extra scoops and updates about Yeh Hai Chahatein, be careful for this house.

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