Mumbai: In the last episode of Kyunki saas bhi kabhi bahu thi… world saw the last frame of Tulsi lighting the lamp and weeping. This was the last time everybody saw their beloved Bahu.
After over 1500 episodes of multiple twists and turns after generation leaps, face-change operations, amnesiac bouts, rapes, murders and extra-marital affairs, the show finally ended on October 9th, 2008.
Kyunki saas bhi kabhi bahu thi… ruled the TRP charts for 8 years, raking in the bucks for producer Ekta Kapoor's Balaji Telefilms and Star TV.
Kyunki… is one of the biggest show of my life,” says Ekta Kapoor.
But with Zee TV and Colors coming up with fresh programming Kyunki's… ratings began to dip and Star Tv decided to terminate the show.
In soap-saga style Ekta Kapoor moved court but with the court refusing to stay the termination, Tulsi did have to make an exit and Balaji telefilms is reportedly in talk with a rival channel to keep the show alive.
And now Its former super-cop Kiran Bedi's Aap Ki Kacheri that will replace Kyunki… on Star Plus bringing together reality TV and social issues. But will Kiran Bedi step smoothly into Tulsi's shoes is something one need’s to keep an eye on.
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