'...Saubhagyavati Bhava' to come back with season 2?
Mumbai: The curtains may come down on the 'Dil Se Di Dua... Saubhagyavati Bhava' hit TV show on Life OK but if lead actor Karanvir Bohra's statement is anything to go by, it seems this is just a break and the crew is gearing up for a second season.
"For Viraaj, in the whole show, it was like Jhanvi is my life. Now when Jhanvi is not there, how much can we stretch it. So it's good that we are giving it a break and will come out with something fresh," Karanvir said here on Wednesday on the last day of the shoot.
When asked if they are planning a second season, he said, "We have also heard these rumours. If they are true or not, only time will tell."
In the show, Karanvir played an obsessive husband while Sriti Jha was seen as his wife Jhanvi.
Karanvir and rest of the team celebrated the last day of the shoot by cutting a cake. He also recalled the first week since the show's launch.
"It is quite ironic that we had cut a cake in the first week of the show because the TRP touched 1.8. It was unheard of, on a brand new channel. Life OK channel nobody knew of, nobody knew what 'Saubhagyvati' was. So it shook everyone else. That was a historic moment," Karanvir said.
The show premiered on December 18, 2011 which also marked the channel Life OK's launch.
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