Dekha Ek Khwaab cast News
‘Dekha Ek Khwaab’ goes off air but Ashish Kapoor stays on
Fans of the dishy actor need not worry – he’s back on the same time slot
When we heard Dekha Ek Khwaab is going to end, we asked you if the show should continue. An overwhelming 87 percent of you said ‘yes’! Sadly, DEK did end, but all is not lost. The royal family drama has been replaced by Love Marriage Ya Arranged Marriage. So what? Here’s the good news: Ashish Kapoor, who played Udayveer in DEK, stars in the new show too! Click here to read more
DEKHA EK KHWAAB: Maanyata, Udayveer kiss as show goes off air!
The serial finally ended with much hugging and smiling, but still no Dadisaab aka Rajmata or the rest of the family
Aruna Irani’s drama Dekha Ek Khwaab ended its year-long run last night (August 2) with happy reunions. Maanayata (Priyal Gor)and Udayveer (Ashish Kapoor) confess their love for each other and indulge in a bit of PDA. Ah, but this is no Bade Acche Lagte Hain, so they limit their demonstrations of affection to kisses on the cheek. And just when you think they might progress to a liplock, their siblings Vijay and Unnati interrupt them. Darn, a real shame! Click here to read more
Dekha Ek Khwaab: Does it really end like this?
The Indian version of the Princess Diaries is coming to an end on August 2, and the makers are trying their level best to cram the story into the deadline
Ultimately Dekha Ek Khwaab will end with Udayveer (Ashish Kapoor) and Maanyata (Priyal Gor) tying the knot, and Jainandini (Shritama Mukherjee) suddenly turning over a new leaf (after realising that she came in between true lovers – how clichéd!), while good boy-turned-bad boy Aakash will vanish into oblivion with Tara, or so we hear. Click here to read more
TV Review: ‘Dekha Ek Khwaab’ doesn’t offer anything new
Sony’s new show seems like an inspired version of the Princess Diaries, whatever its producers might say
Dekha Ek Khwaab starts with the protagonist Muniya (Priyal Gor) enjoying the Mumbai rains. She is a simple down to earth girl who wishes for her own princess story. Little does she know that she just might get that chance, thanks to Rajmata Mrinalini Devi and Maharaj Brijraj Singh. Aruna Irani and Shahbaaz Khan are tailor-made for their roles of royalty. Yet, the show started on a slow note without any punch making it a rather dull affair. Click here to read more