Karan Patel decided to quite the iconic serial Yeh Hai Mohabbatein just to channel his inner adventure junkie by participating in the next season of Khatron Ke Khiladi. He essayed the character of Raman Bhalla on the show, which was quite legendary and gave a push to his acting career. However, he quit and moved to Khatron Ke Khiladi. But well, here's the good news for all his fans. Karan Patel is making a comeback to Ekta Kapoor's TRP raking show.
A report in Bombay Times confirms that Karan Patel is making his comeback to Yeh Hai Mohabbatein. He was quoted saying, "I don’t know why people speculated that I quit the show. I was just away from it for a while because I was busy with something else. This show will always be an integral part of my career and life." (Also Read: Yeh Hai Mohabbatein Actor Karan Patel And His Wife Ankita Bhargava All Set To Become Parents – Reports)
While he is making a comeback and appears to be quite excited for doing so, gossip mills are abuzz talking about Yeh Hai Mohabattein going off-air soon. But, Karan does not seem to believe in this rumour as he said, "I don’t think so. Though we have been playing these characters for long, people’s love and admiration for us haven’t dipped. It means that I am doing something right. Playing Raman Bhalla will always be a matter of pride for me. If a few think that YHM has run its course, they need to recheck their facts with those who think it should go on."
With this, we are left wondering as to what will happen to Chaitanya Choudhary's character. Post Karan Patel's exit from the show, Chaitanya was bought onboard. Going by the past record of Ekta Kapoor's show, we can predict Raman Bhalla undergoing some sort of plastic surgery to get back to his original avatar played by Karan Patel. Or maybe there is another twist. One can expect the impossible when it is Ekta Kapoor's show, hai na?
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