Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Meiin’s Neil Bhatt & Ayesha Singh on their chemistry: Audience connects to the nok jhok

Ayesha Singh and Neil Bhatt speak on how the chemistry between their respective characters Sai and Virat has come to be organic. Scroll further to read what she said.

Published on Jul 06, 2021 10:59 PM IST  |  1.5M
Neil Bhatt and Ayesha Singh on their chemistry
Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Meiin’s Neil Bhatt & Ayesha Singh on their chemistry: Audience connects to the nok jhok
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Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Meiin is one of the most beloved shows currently being played on television screens. The audience connects to the characters and the storyline of the show. The characters of Sai and Virat played respectively by Ayesha Singh and Neil Bhatt have appealed to the audience intrinsically with their unique dynamic. Both Neil and Ayesha recently sat down for a chat with TellyChakkar and untangled the web of how their chemistry has been developed over the period of time. Neil mentioned that the characters have been written in a very organic way therefore there’s a flow to it. 

Speaking about the dynamic between the two characters, Neil said, “Well the show has a unique way of showing the growth between these two characters, and that happens in those scenes. It’s written in an organic way so performing on them is easy and there’s a flow to it. All emotions are written in a way that there’s an organic development in the scene. So that’s why probably the audience connects to the nok jhok, friendship and the impending love in the scenes.” Ayesha also spoke about the dynamic and mentioned that the nok-jhok between the two characters leads to an underlying friendship.

Speaking about Sai and Virat, Ayesha said, “Sometimes there are two correct opinions about the same thing! I think all these things make our relationship very beautiful. In real life, every human being is flawed. Nobody is perfect. Sai is right according to her and there is no black and white all the time, sometimes situations are grey in nature. Sai loses her cool while it is the other way around and this is the beauty of ‘Sairat’.”

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Anonymous
2 weeks ago
Yes but now there is extreme sentimentality - too much emotionalism veiling the realism that in real life a gallant, mature police officer does not cry constantly; has mastered the art of thought and emotions' articulation, is rational and able to take intuitive cues to act with awareness. Virat is too impulsive, reactive, immature in the 'role' of a police officer. Sai's character is not portrayed accurately... Again she is shown to be intelligent and intuitive - good at solving problems but now is shown to drowning in extrwme sentimentality (5last 5 episodes show her hysterically crying!) and though a fresh medical intern, wears such fancy clothes ehile at work as though socializing! So unrealistic! The writers are urged to raise the bar of content quality. I admire ANUPAMA script as it touches life's genuine issues, portrayed well - in a light vein so as not to be preachy!
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