Aahil – Sanam of Qubool Hai, will they be next big Jodi like Asad – Zoya?

Welcome to Punjab, live from Sanam’s dhaba!

Its been 20 years so far. Asad and Zoya are no more in Qubool Hai. However, in a far distant village of Punjab you can see a replica of Zoya. Meet Sanam, Zoya and Asad’s daughter. Sanam is now a grown up girl, and to our surprise she looks ditto like her mother. Besides the looks, the habit of saying boring shayri reminds one of Zoya.

Qubool Hai Sanam Qubool Hai: Sanam   Aahil, The Next Big Jodi of Indian Television?

Sanam, the Chirpy Yet Responsible Girl

Sanam is a happy go lucky girl like her mother Zoya. She solely runs the dhaba with the backing of her granny. Her aim in life is to open chain of dhabas and to operate her deaf and mute cousin sister Hayaa. She loves her family and wants to do her best and for that she can go to any heights. Though her attitude is all bindaas, she is traditional at heart. That is why we see she blushes all the time when she meets her fiance Anwar at a wedding of her friend. Anwar (Paaras Madaan) is the local businessman.

Aahil, the Rich, Spoilt Casanova

Meet the opposite of Sanam, a rich spoilt brat Aahil who is obsessed of opening his shirt in the middle of the road. Aahil is that typical Casanova who doesn’t even remember the name of the girl he is currently with.However, he making love in the middle of the road of Punjab was too much to handle for the Television audiences across the nation.

Qubool Hai Karanvir Bohra Aahil Qubool Hai: Sanam   Aahil, The Next Big Jodi of Indian Television?

I wonder, how and when Aahil and Sanam will fall for each other, but with the opposite nature and Sanam’s habit of non-stop talking, I’m sure the journey of their love story will be interesting!

By: Deepti Verma

Image Source: Qubool Hai Official

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