(Last Updated on : 11-01-2011)
The very popular soap Kuch Apne Kuch Paraye revolves around the theme that the matrimonial alliance of a woman binds her not only with the man but also with his entire family. After tying the knot the bonds grows stronger day by day and she grows upto be the favorite daughter-in-law but she never becomes the daughter of the house. Even if she is called so the difference becomes evident when the real situation comes.
The story of Kuch Apne Kuch Paraye is however centered on the family of the Raichands and their daughter-inlaw Krishna who is married to the second son of the family named Abhay. Soon after the marriage ceremony she is left alone without being stated any reason by her husband. The subsequent ego clashes and the disputes make all the children leave the home in order. It is only Krishna who offers unconditional support to Vijay Raichand at this time. She is very much accepted by Vijay Raichand as his daughter. But this arouses the anger and jealousy of the other women of the house who then stoop to make the life of Krishna a complete hell. She is then seen jostling against all the odds to gain acceptance from the other family members.
Kuch Apne Kuch Paraye will show the journey of Krishna in her attempt to bring back the family together under one roof. All the children will come back in the house and then again the soap will stress on the fact whether they have come to live with their father because of love or solely to inherit the vast property and large business. The highlight of the story will remain as to whether Krishna will be ultimately accepted as the daughter of the family and whether her devotion will be recognized by others or not.
Kuch Apne Kuch Paraye has a brilliant star cast and comprises of many popular actors of the small screen. The most notable among them are Ankur Nayyar, Gunjan Walia, Tarun Khanna, Vikram Gokhale, Chaitanya Chaudhury, Rakshanda Khan and others. Over all it was a great show and managed to top the charts the in a very short span. The small screen viewers expect such value-based shows at frequent intervals.