Sony TVs 'Yeh Pyaar Nahi Toh Kya Hai'

 Here are 5 reasons why you should await Sony TVs 'Yeh Pyaar Nahi Toh Kya Hai'



Sony TV is all set to offer its viewers a new show, Yeh Pyaar Nahi Toh Kya Hai, which is all about the present era and the way relations have taken a backseat in the race for material success. The generation these days has grown to become extremely commitment phobic and even the thought of wanting to settle down is scary.

Yeh Pyaar Nahi Toh Kya Hai is a story of how 2 individuals struggle to confess their love for each other because of their own personal struggles, reservations and beliefs. With the show having something different and off-beat to offer to the audience, we list down 5 reasons why Yeh Pyaar Nahi Toh Kya Hai needs to be looked forward to-


Fresh Faces


Yeh Pyaar Nahi Toh Kya Hai has two fresh faces debuting on the television front - Namit Khanna and Palak Jain. While, we've already seen Namit in Vikram Bhatt's web series Twisted, this show will be Namit's first outing on television. Both Namit and Palak come from the modelling and advertising industry and promise to deliver power packed performances.

The Concept


The concept of the show has been noticed ever since the first promo of the show has been released. It's a unique love story rendering various hues of love and romance. It brings in the freshness of the present modern era. The unspoken and unexpressed story of Siddhant Sinha (Namit Khanna) and Anushka Reddy (Palak Jain) is based on a concept that revolves around their struggle to deal with their feelings for each other.

Real Locales



A major portion of the show has been shot in Delhi, as it has contemporary Delhi as its backdrop. Having shot huge chunks of the show at real mansions and landmark spots in and around Delhi and Noida,the show depicts the authentic upper-middle-class lifestyle and culture and also offers a magnanimous viewing experience to the audience.

Cinematic Delight


From shooting in real locations to using Alexa camera, it makes the show a grand viewing experience akinto the movies. A stellar screenplay and a power-packed script from ace story-teller, Dilip Jha guarantees an entertaining experience to one and all.

The Timeslot


While the common man might be feeling that a 11 pm timeslot is a loss for the makers, it's actually a blessing in disguise for them. For starters, the show will in no way be clashing with the soon to be starting season of IPL (Indian Premier League). Secondly, with Sony's very successful show, Yeh Un Dinon Ki Baat Hai telecasting at the 10:30 pm time slot, the makers could cash in on its popularity with their show following closely at the 11 pm slot.

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