The makers of starplus has decided to introduce some fresh content for the audience and in this bid it will let go some of the daily soaps such as Ishqbaaaz, Ikyawann, Dil Sambhal Jaa Zara, Meri Durga and Namkarann might go off air from June. A report in Spotboye.com claims that dismal TRPs is the main reason behind such a strict decision.
Ishqbaaz ,The story of three Oberoi brothers was quite a hit and was once the most popular and loved show on the channel but now it has lost the connection with the audience ,for the crackling chemistry between Shivaaye (Nakuul Mehta) and Anika (Surbhi Chandana). However even their love story couldn’t save the sinking ship of Ishqbaaz. A spin-off named Dil Boley Oberoi was launched considering the show’s huge popularity but was soon pulled off-air.
Namkarann, The show which was inspired by 1998 film Zakhm started with the story of Avni, an illegitimate child of 10-year-old. The show was directed by Mahesh Bhatt. The show took a 15-year leap and served a fresh love story between Aditi Rathore and Zain Iman. But even this couldn’t keep the audience attached with the show and hence the show is going off air by june.
Ikyawan starring Prachi Tehlan-Namish Taneja and Dil Sambhal Jaa Zara featuring Sanjay Kapoor and Smriti Kalra, both the shows were launched in November and October respectively but couldn’t excite audience to be on the TRP list. Hence, both the shows are going off-air.
Same thing happened with Meri Durga which tells the story of a girl aspiring to be a professional runner opened with decent fan following but couldn’t maintain its place in TRP race and it’s the reason that the show is saying bye-bye to the audience in june.
If the Reports are to be believed then it is said that four new shows with brand-new concept will be launched in July. One of them is a spin-off to Yeh Hai Mohabbatein and a remake of Korean Show, The King’s Daughter. And ,Shakti Anand, Gracy Goswami, Ritu Barmecha and Hiba Nawab will pay titular roles in the latter.Rajasthan Tourism App - Welcomes to the lend of Sun, Send and adventures