Colors' drama Sasural Simar Ka (Rashmi Sharma Telefilms) is definitely a hit with the audiences and it seems that people are really fond of the ongoing Naagin track.
The daily is all set to take a leap for two months, wherein Maya (Sara Khan) will succeed in snatching Sid (Manish Raisinghania) from Roli (Avika Gor). But while running away the duo will meet with an accident and will be presumed dead. And post the leap the Naagin and Sid will be shown living together away from the Bhardwaj family.
So readers, don’t you think that the makers are overdoing the Naagin track or are you enjoying it? Well here we give you reasons why this track should end and some new drama should take its place.
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Firstly, as Indian audiences, we love to see love triangles and if it’s a triangle between ‘Pati Patni aur Woh’ then it easily captures our attention. But certainly we don’t want the other woman to be a snake-disguised-as-the-wedded wife. We are pretty sure that even the animal lovers will turn down the proposal of romancing a snake. Don’t you think so?
Furthermore, we don’t even remember since when the ‘judai’ between Sid and Roli started. In the past, either Roli was kidnapped by someone, lost her memory and identity, or Sid had his own issues. It’s high time we let the love birds get some togetherness. Simar where are you? Time you pack them off somewhere!
We do love some melodious romantic songs while watching the TV lovers share some love filled moments. But what can possibly be played while romancing a Naagin? Sound of Been is all that we can come up with. And to be honest, neither the sound is appealing nor does it capture any of our artistic imagination.
And finally, we are tired of Simar’s (Dipika Samson) soppy and ‘all-time-crying’ act. Since the moment Simar has entered her Sasural, all she has been doing is crying. We cannot take her ‘rona-dhona’ act anymore, even if it is for her sister’s misfortune. Daily soaps are the source of our entertainment and all these sentimental plots make us sad rather than entertaining us.
To sum up, all we can say is that it’s time the Naagin track ends on a good dramatic note, once and for all. We would love to see the Bhardwaj family smiling again, though we are sure the happiness never lasts long!
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