Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai: Akshara faints on her wedding day, later has an anxiety attack
In the upcoming episodes of Star Plus' show Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai, Akshara will be seen fainting on her wedding back.
Published: Thursday,Oct 05, 2023 12:28 PM GMT-06:00
The popular Star Plus series, "Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai," continues to grip its audience with its intense drama. The show's creators are leaving no stone unturned in ensuring that the drama remains at its peak, keeping viewers thoroughly engaged in every episode.
In the forthcoming episodes, viewers can anticipate a whirlwind of drama and unexpected plot twists that will keep them glued to their screens. As previously witnessed, Akshara and Abhimanyu have decided to tie the knot. With their pre-wedding festivities and Akshara's pregnancy, the show's audience can look forward to a plethora of drama and unforeseen developments.
In the ongoing storyline of the show, the audience is eagerly witnessing Abhimanyu and Akshara's preparations for their impending wedding. However, the plot has taken an intriguing twist, adding more layers to the story.
India Forums has obtained exclusive information about the upcoming developments in the show. According to our sources, a significant event is set to unfold – Akshara will faint on her wedding day. During her bridal entry, accompanied by Ruhi and Abhir holding her dupatta, she will suddenly collapse. Subsequently, Akshara will be discovered in her bedroom, where Aarohi will be seen taking care of her. However, knowing of Akshara's pregnancy, Aarohi will panic.
However, tension mounts as a worried Abhimanyu pounds on the door, desperate to see Akshara. Once they reunite, Abhimanyu helps Akshara onto the bed. As they engage in a conversation, it becomes apparent that Akshara is hyperventilating and ultimately experiences an anxiety attack.
The question that looms large is whether this revelation about Akshara will have a profound impact on the relationship between Abhimanyu and Akshara. The unfolding drama promises to keep viewers on the edge of their seats.