Produced by Beyond Dreams Entertainment Private Limited, Junoon Aisi Nafrat Toh Kaisa Ishq traces the journey of two people – Meera and Prithvi, who were imperfect for each other, whose paths should never have crossed and whose love story would eventually test every relationship they hold close.
Makers are leaving no stone unturned to keep their viewers hooked to the show. In an exclusive interview with Rangmunch Correspondent, Producer Yash Patnaik reveals, “Well the story of Junoon is at a very exciting phase where we will be taking the next leap. When I say leap, it necessarily does not mean year wise, month wise or generation wise, but its a leap in terms of space, in terms of story structure.
So far we have shown how Meera comes to the village in search of her father and meets up with a man named Prithvi. They start with a hate hate relationship and then situations lead the duo to get married. The marriage is more like an arrangement which they did in order to save their father or “Daata.”
As per the recent episodes, Prithvi gets to know that his biological father is very much alive and he realises that even though he is brought up by Daata, he is not an orphan. Avinash Waddhwa is introduced in the show as a successful industrialist from Delhi who happens to be Prithvi’s real father and RD’s friend from college. Prithvi begins to hate Daata for concealing the truth about his father and how he had dumped his mother years back.
In the upcoming episodes viewers will get to witness the urban set up, where in Prithvi and Meera will move to Delhi to live with their new family which also comprises of Akash who happens to be Meera’s ex-fiancee and Prithvi’s step brother. So the forthcoming story has a lot of twists, drama and romance coming up as Prithvi, Meera and Akash start living under one roof.”
So stay tuned to watch your favourite show Junoon - Aisi Nafrat toh Kaisa Ishq on Life OK every weekday at 9.30pm, and watch your favourite jodi Prithvi and Meera's story unfold in a new set up.
As shared with and written by Swati Ghosh