As Sumit and Kumkum’s love story comes to a tragic end due to Pulkit’s obsessive love with Kumkum, the two protagonists are shown dead. But as the track proceeds the audience will get to see their favourite couple re-incarnated back on screen. The Telly Buzz team gives the viewers an insight to what lies ahead.
While the whole family accepts the death of Sumit and Kumkum, badi dadi does not believe this. The Kulguru furthers this by saying that Kumkum and Sumit are eternal lovers and nothing can separate them. In commemoration to the lovers, the family decides to open a dharamshala at the shrine which marks the place of their death. 9 months later, two families come to the dharamshala and the women from both the families go into labour and deliver a boy and a girl, and hearing Sumit and Kumkum’s story, decide to name their kids after them.
Both Sumit and Kumkum’s personalities are a contrast to each other as is clear from Rajesh Chadda, the Supervising Producer's description of the character sketches, as he says, "Sumit is brought up in a rich family in , while Kumkum spends her time living in a small town. Sumit’s father is a rich businessman and he has always lived in the lap of luxury while Kumkum, on the other hand, is born in a male dominated family and her father is a mere halwai. As a kid, Sumit is an innocent little one who is very shy and dumb. But once he grows up, he turns out to be the talk of the town and a totally happening dude with all the girls swooning over him. Kumkum is a complete prankster right from the time she is a kid, and is her usual bubbly chirpy self who doesn’t care much for rules and regulations even after she grows up."
Being so different and so far apart, how Sumit and Kumkum
finally meet is the fascinating story we will see in the upcoming episodes of Kumkum.
Reporter and Author: Melanie