Kasautii Zindagii Kay 2 starring Parth Samthaan and Erica Fernandes is currently topping the TRP charts as the show has all the right ingredients right from Prerna and Anurag's sizzling chemistry to, of course, the twists and turns, that manages to bring the spice in the show and of course, making it the most-watched show on television. However, for quite some time now, KZK2’s shock value is increasing with each passing episode.
Earlier, we have been seeing how Komolika tries every way possible to move Prerna from her path by killing her off. But somehow she always manages to survive either with her own will or Anurag comes to her rescue. However, this time we will see Prerna’s love Anurag will only kill her, is this beginning of the end? In the ongoing track, Viraj is trying to forcefully marry pregnant Prerna but SpotboyE.com has learnt it that she will eventually say yes for the marriage.
In the upcoming episodes, she will go into labour and Anurag, essayed by Parth Samthaan, will take her to the hospital. Then, in an unexpected turn of events, he will murder her. As we all know, Anurag has lost his memory and does not remember that Prerna is pregnant with his baby, this might be one of the reasons.
However, to know if this is the end of Prerna’s character, producer Ekta Kapoor confirms this to TOI and is quoted saying, “Yes, this will happen.” Pointing out that they want to dwell on the darker side of love, she adds, “Anurag and Prerna are among the most loved pairs from the small screen, but now viewers will see betrayal at its peak." ALSO READ: Kasautii Zindagii Kay 2 SPOILER ALERT: Erica Fernandes Gives Her Nod To Marry Namik Paul- EXCLUSIVE
Following the killing, the makers are also planning to take a time leap which will mark the arrival of some new characters and the return of existing ones and this includes Mr Bajaj which was played by Karan Singh Grover.
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