Kasauti Zindagi Kay 2 has finally unveiled its first episode yesterday and it really makes us nostalgic. The Ekta Kapoor’s most celebrated serial Kasauti Zindagi Kay has become the cult as it came up with another installment. Erica Fernandes as a Prerna has received a huge round of applause on the internet. People warmly welcome all characters of the show, especially Prerna and Anurag Basu. The most notorious character of Kasauti Zindagi Kay 2, Komolika is yet to disclose in the show which is played by Hina Khan.
However, seems like AIB is more excited than us to see Komolika in Kasauti Zindagi Kay 2 as they uploaded a video on their Instagram account which has Game Of Thrones war scene and the tune of Komolika in the background. Just watch it!
Ekta posted the video and also shared her fear regarding channel going overboard with promotions. She wrote, “Launching big…On TV ..too much promotion…! Never usually pans out…leads to over expectations! But with grit n hard work of a whole team n without expecting n predicting the outcome we hope ppl accept #kasautiizindagiikay.” (sic) The promo has Komolika’s glimpse which is another reason to watch Kasauti Zindagi Kay 2.
Launching big…On tv ..too much promotion…! Never usually pans out…leads to over expectations! But with grit n hard work of a whole team n without expecting n predicting the outcome we hope ppl accept #kasautiizindagiikay ! From tom 8 pm @StarPlus #mugshot #love JAI MATA DI pic.twitter.com/zkQQKvOYXy
— Ekta Kapoor (@ektaravikapoor) September 24, 2018
However, on being asked about Hina Khan’s role-playing Komolika, Urvashi Dholkiya said that “Ekta (Kapoor) put her trust in me 18 years ago, the same she is doing now on Hina. Ekta has an eye for detail. Ekta has an eye for performers. Like she extracted what she wanted from me, I am sure she will extract it from Hina too. The baton has been passed and I wish Hina good luck in all honesty.”
On being compared with Hina Khan, Urvashi replied, “Comparisons will be there and you really can’t stop them from doing that, but people eventually catch on. And let’s take the case of millennials. They probably don’t even know me, it would relatively easy for them to relate to Hina.”