Sony TV’s Yeh Un Dinon Ki Baat Hai will come to an end soon
Tellydhamaal had earlier reported that Sony TV’s popular show Yeh Un Dinon Ki Baat Hai (YUDKBH) will soon be going off air. The show will end on a positive note as the lead couple Sameer (Randeep Rai) and Naina (Ashi Singh) grow into successful writers post their struggle in Mumbai.
It is already known that the love story of Sameer and Naina is based on real life love story of the producers Shashi and Sumeet Mittal. The show had started with Naina being introduced as a successful writer and taking us years back to the 1990’s where her love story begins in her school. Its a love at first sight for Naina when she first bumps into Sameer in her school and thereafter their beautiful love story begins.
Both Randeep and Ashi have essayed their characters so well and the audiences have loved their onscreen chemistry. The duo has a huge fan following on social media and they are fondly called as #samaina. The story based out of the 1990’s has left many of us nostalgic of the sweet old times. The supporting star cast including Preeti (Ayesha Kaduskar), Munna (Sanjay Choudhary), Pandit (Raghav Dhir), Vishakha (Vaishnavi Mahant), Anand (Sachin Khurana) and Bela Chachi (Madhusree Sharma) among many other have given outstanding perfomances and made special places in our hearts. However, all beautiful things comes to an end and so will Yeh Un Dinon Ki Baat Hai.
Recently, in an interview with a leading web portal, Randeep Rai spoke about the show coming to an end and shared that he feels sad that the viewers will not be able to see Naina and Sameer for long. He is happy that people will remember this show for many years. he is not sure if the channel will be considering the #SaveYUDKBH requests that the numerous fans have initiated on social media, as there are many criteria apart from TRPs for a show to survive. However, the show will see a positive and happy ending.
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