Star Plus' thriller show, 'Koi Laut Ke Aaya Hai' starring Surbhi Jyoti and Shoaib Ibrahim in the lead roles is one of the most talked about shows of late all thanks to its intriguing storyline, superb performances and electrifying chemistry of the lead actors.
In the recent episodes, in a shocking turn of events, it was revealed that Abhimanyu is indeed alive! Not only that, Priyam who claimed himself to be Abhimanyu's reincarnation is trained by none other than Abhimanyu himself!
Priyam is revealed to be Abhimanyu's adopted child. He was instructed by Abhimanyu to give a wrong medicine to her and she is admitted in a mental asylum. But, she learns that, Abhimanyu is alive and she vows to seek revenge.
Amidst all this, there are reports that the show will go off-air soon. Read on to know more...
KLKAH To Go Off-air
The show has managed to fetch some good numbers for the channel. For the uninitiated, the show is a finite series and will wrap up in the month of August. Few reports suggested that, the show will go off-air sooner than expected.
Love Ka Hai Intezar To Replace KLKAH?
It was even speculated that Keith Sequeira and Sanjeeda Sheikh's upcoming show, Love Ka Hai Intezar will replace Koi Laut Ke Aaya Hai.
KLKAH Will Not Wrap Up Soon
However, a leading entertainment portal has reported that the show will not go off-air anytime soon. "Sanjeeda and Keith's show is a daily, so there is no possibility of 'Koi Laut Ke Aaya Hai' going off air so soon."
Phew! What A Relief!
"Having said that, nobody on the set has received any such information from the makers or the channel." Phew! What A Relief!
Sreejita De Speaks Up
When contacted Sreejita De who plays the role of Kavya, she told, "I recently resumed shooting after a break of 4 days and nothing of this nature has been notified to us yet."
New Plots & Twists Ahead
Furthermore, "The show is a finite series and is scheduled to have around 50 episodes. We are currently shooting the 19th-20th episode and in fact, new plot twists and turns are being brought in time, to keep the spice going."
"Not only that, we also have a new set of characters who will be introduced as the story progresses, so if there was any truth to the 'off-air' news, that wouldn't be the case. We are sure that the show will complete what it is scheduled to," concluded Sreejita.
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