Intriguing plotlines, engaging characters, and unforeseen turns have long characterised Indian daily soap operas. Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Meiin is one of these programmes that has gained popularity lately. Although the programme has amassed a sizable fan base since its inception, the most recent information indicates that GHKKPM is about to experience a significant twist that will astound the audience. Aishwarya Sharma, who plays the role of Pakhi, is reportedly planning to leave the programme.
Aishwarya has already finished shooting for her last day on the sets, according to reports from India Forums. Pakhi's departure was strategically arranged by the show's creators to provide a fresh twist to the storyline. The information has shocked fans who have been paying close attention to the programme, however.
Earlier, when Harshad Arora first appeared in Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Meiin as Dr. Satya Adhikari, the show underwent major changes. Since Pakhi was one of the key characters in the current plotline, the news of Aishwarya Sharma's departure has left viewers even more interested in the direction the show will take.
Ayesha Singh, who plays the role of Sai in GHKKPM, was recently contacted by the entertainment outlet, who inquired about the most recent addition to the programme. The actress responded by expressing her pleasure and claiming that they add new life to the set. The two children's inclusion in the programme, she said, had enhanced its vitality since “the atmosphere on the set was filled with positivity.”
The current episode of GHKKPM has been keeping fans on the edge of their seats in the meanwhile. Currently, the show is centred on Virat's (Neil Bhatt) frantic attempt to thwart Sai's (Ayesha Singh) and Satya's wedding. Virat's efforts, however, could be in vain.
In the most recent episodes, Satya and Sai are shown saying their vows to one another as soon as Virat enters the temple.
Since it debuted in 2020, Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Meiin has gained a loyal following among viewers. Many people may not be aware that the programme is a rough version of the Bengali daily serial Kusum Dola.