Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai has visible a massive surge in the rankings. The show saw rankings of two.4 ultimate week, which has made fans of fourth gen couple immensely glad. Now, the makers will bring in Abhir. So a long way, fans knew that Abhir had died along side Abhimanyu (Harshad Chopda) inside the car accident. Fans are super kicked to peer his access because the brother of Abhira (Samriddhi Shukla). The actress is prevailing hearts along with her overall performance. On the display, we can see that Abhira gets permission to visit university and turn out to be a legal professional. She receives advantages from Vidya for the same.
Charu perspective receives mixed reactions
On the show, even Charu desired to grow to be a lawyer but the family did not agree on it. Abhira (Samriddhi Shukla) fought for herself and is now going to college. Fans are debating how it Armaan (Shehzada Dhami) has no longer nothing super via taking a stand for his sister.
Take a look at some of the reactions here…
Can't believe people here need some basic common sense to understand two different situation Charu situation and upbringing is not bold and fierce like abhira upbringing. #yrkkh— yeh dil e naadan (@yehdilenaadan45) January 15, 2024
#yrkkh we wanted armaan to fight bc he promised her dying mother he would. Bc abhiras only condition for marrying was education. He can't insist abhira stay in the house but not fulfil the promise. Abhira ended up fulfilling that promise herself tho https://t.co/DmG88yroXM— rxxd (@9192939495kiaa) January 15, 2024
Abhira don’t need Armans help. She was raised fiercely by her mom. She can fight for herself. She wouldn’t take a second to leave him for her career. Charu on the contrary could never. Her dreams were throttled. As a brother or basic – an individual he need to do better #Yrkkh— Narniya (@Narniya141) January 15, 2024
In the mean time, there may be a non-stop spat with fans of Harshad Chopda and Pranali Rathod. The fourth gen has introduced in more TRPs. Fans realize need Armaan (Shehzada Dhami) to be more preferred at the show.