Daily soaps for Indians are pretty much a part and parcel of life, isn't it? Be it when your mother cooks food early to watch her favourite serial or when you miss that international series because well, daily soaps air around the same time, we really can't help it, can we?
After having come to terms with that fact, we at Tellybuzz decided to give an honest tagline to the most trending Indian TV serials, and here's what they sound like.
#1. Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai
Looks like the makers decided to kill Akshara (Hina Khan) so that they could repeat all that they did with her all over again with Naira (Shivangi Joshi) and Kartik (Mohsin Khan).
#2. Kumkum Bhagya
Given the speed at which Pragya (Sriti Jha) gets almost married, kidnapped and then saved again, this is one question that really pops up in our minds. We are sure the viewers are done with the show as much as we are.
It all started over a poor little kid, Ruhi (Ruhanika Dhawana/Aditi Bhatia) who was craving the love of a parent and, a couple of years and few leaps into the show, it is now all about another poor little kid Pihu, stuck in the same old mess.
#4. Sasural Simar Ka
The story continues to revolve around Simar's sasural, only, it keeps getting invaded by supernatural elements time and again.
#5. Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi
Dev (Shaheer Sheikh) and Sonakshi (Erica Fernandes) started it off with a fight followed by falling in love and continue fighting, and, post a seven year's leap and a divorce, they are still in love and fighting. Looks like the divorce was planted into the storyline to set a base for remarriage (now that Dev and Sonakshi are having their moments of love)
#6. Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chasmah
It has been beyond my comprehension as to why do people watch this show, and more so, it also goes on to become a TRP topper? I rest my case here.
Gone are the days when a Roadies winner or a participant could proudly boast around. The show has turned into just another reality show surviving on melodrama, fights, and abuses.
Which one do you think is more apt? Or you have something better to add? Leave your comments below.