Two of the most loved shows on television, Kuch Rang Pyaar Ke Aise Bhi and Ek Duje Ke Vaste on Sony Entertainment Television recently completed 100 episodes. The cast of both the shows was in a jubilant mood and didn’t want to miss the opportunity to celebrate all the hard work gone into achieving the milestone.
Lead actors Namik Paul and Nikita Dutta of Ek Duje Ke Vaste on Sony partied with their show’s cast and crew. A source close to show informs, “The entire team looked happy as they celebrated the immense success of their show. The 100th episode was telecasted live and interestingly, Namik was seen capturing the footage played at the venue and seemed getting emotional and was smiling throughout the party. Nikita too made the most of the moment by partying with her team.”
Expressing her contentment, Nikita said, “It feels great that the show has successfully completed its century. We all are just enjoying every moment. The entire team is really happy with the response we have received for the show. It’s a huge moment for every one of us. This journey has been so memorable and I will cherish every moment forever and we promise to entertain them.”
On the other, the team of Kuch Rang Pyaar Ke Aise Bhi celebrated the success by cutting a cake on the set. “The entire star cast including Shaheer Sheikh and Erica Fernandez along with the producers brought in a cake cutting ceremony to cherish the benchmark achievement. They all respect the appreciation they have received from their audience and pledged to work harder to continue to entertain for the longest time,” adds the source.
When contacted, Shaheer Sheikh said, “The journey has been so beautiful that we didn’t even realise when we completed 100 episodes. It’s surely a time to celebrate our efforts and hardwork. I would like to thank all our fans for showering us with so much love. Without the love of the audience this wouldn’t have been possible. The show has a lot of interesting twists and turns in store for the viewers and I am sure they will enjoy the upcoming track immensely.”