Kahaan Hum Kahaan Tum came as a breath of fresh air on Indian TV, breaking the stereotypical saas-bahu sagas which we have been consuming for the longest time. Due to the freshness of the script and of course the sweet nok-jhok between the leads Karan V Grover and Dipika Kakar, the show garnered good and positive response but as the days passed, Kahaan Hum Kahaan Tum succumbed to TRP and as a result, the makers have decided to put a full stop to the show. The final episode of Kahaan Hum Kahaan Tum aired on March 14.
Now that the show has come to an end, Dipika has penned down an emotional and sweet note as a farewell on her Instagram feed while thanking the makers and the fans for making Sonakshi happen. While sharing the note, she posted a picture of herself from the show and wrote, “So Sonakshi Rastogi bidding adieu officially. Thank you all you lovely viewers to shower so much of love on Sonakshi Rastogi & Parvati!!! You love had made this journey extremely special!! @sandiipsikcand you were the one very sure from day 1 that I’m perfect to play your “Sonakshi” thank you so much for the belief.”
Dipika also thanked her fans, “@starplus thank you for making a part of your pariwaar as Sonakshi #kamna @fazila_sol @solproductions_ absolutely fabulous producers and thank you so much for being so supportive throughout!! and a big big Thanks to the entire crew n cast of Kahaan Hum Kahaan Tum!!! This show is and always be very special to all of us!! And the biggest and most special thanks to all our KHKT fans Love you all dil se.”
About the show going off-air, the news was confirmed by the lead actor Karan V Grover, who was seen in the role of Dr./surgeon Rohit Sippy in February. While speaking to TimesofIndia.com, he confirmed the last date of the episode, Karan was quoted saying, “Yes it is going off air on 14th March. We're all at a loss of words. It is totally unexpected as we were steady on the charts from the beginning.”
Image source: Instagram/ ms.dipika
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