The beautiful and demure Sara Khan has a lot on her plate these days. The actress is all geared up to support the cause of love without boundaries as she premieres the ‘Special Episode Series' of bindass' cult show Yeh Hai Aashiqui.
The show, which has already garnered a phenomenal response for its poignant portrayal of unconventional love stories, is all set to take their stance up a notch with this month long special. Sara will be the first celebrity coming on board to take a determined stand on topical relationship issues, which youngsters in the Indian society have to deal with. Not just that, for the first time in her career the spirited young actress will be seen playing the role of a simple Tamilian girl falling in love with a Punjabi boy on the show.
Already a known face on Indian television, Sara gained popularity with her girl-next-door image on prime time television and a promising stint on a leading reality show. However, with ‘Yeh Hai Aashiqui', the actress will be seen venturing into new territory by taking up a distinctive role altogether. This time round, the model-cum-actress will be seen as the female protagonist and will be extending her heartfelt support for the cause of inter-caste marriages, which are still considered taboo in some parts of our society.
Talking about the same, Sara said, "Love is sufficient for two people to be together and not the similarities or dissimilarities of caste, religion, creed, which are man-made. The kind of love story Yeh Hai Aashiqui has come up with this time, is brilliant and very real as we know that there have always been issues in our country, specially relating to inter-caste marriages. For a couple to be together the only essential and important element is love, and when love prevails, the nitty-gritty of caste, religion and creed become baseless. According to me, the moment you lose your heart to someone and you wholly and solely want to be with that person, that's marriage."
The episode featuring Sara Khan follows the lives of Mahalaxmi (played by Sara Khan) and Jeet who fall in love in spite of their cultural diversities. But after some introspection, the two decide to part ways assuming their relationship will never be accepted by their families and the society. But Destiny had other plans in store for them. Love comes knocking on the door once again to help them realize that they are meant for each other. But, the bigger question remains if true love hasthe power to overcome the barriers of caste and creed to keep the two together?