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Big drama in COLORS' Bhagyavidhaata... - Ananya - 09-30-2009

There will be an unexpected twist in COLORS' Bhagyavidhaata, which is focusing on the twin marriages of Poonam and Rekha...

COLORS' Sabki Jodi Wahi Banaata..Bhagyavidhaata, produced by Shreya Creations is presently focusing on the twin marriages that are to happen in the Sinha family. While Vimlesh (Yash Sinha) is getting married to Bindiya's sister Poonam (Pooja Yadav), Tilori Bua's daughter Rekha's wedding is also fixed.

However, there is a major twist to be expected in the show during the wedding. For the uninitiated, the groom Ajit who has been brought in to marry Rekha has been abducted by Raja (Prakash Jais) under the guidance of Poonpoon wali bahu (Smita Singh) and Siddheshwar Sinha (Bharat Kapoor).

According to our source, "There is major drama to happen just before the wedding of Rekha and Poonam. Rekha's abducted groom and his family will run away at the last minute, which will come as a shock to Siddheshwar Sinha and Raja. This will give rise to a major twist where Akhilesh Sinha (Susheel Singh), the elder son of the Sinha family will then force Raja, Bindiya's brother to marry Rekha. He pressurizes him citing that the future of both his sisters, Bindiya and Poonam is in trouble".

"The viewers will be kept in dark, and it will be shown as though Poonam and Rekha's marriage happens smoothly. Only after the marriage will all get to know that the groom who has eventually married Rekha is Raja, and not Ajit", informs our source.

This revelation will bring in more turbulence, and viewers will be seeing big drama in the show. The ratings of Bhagyavidhaata has been on the rise for quite some time now, and the drama that lies ahead will surely do good for the ratings.

Watch out for some interesting twists in COLORS' Bhagyavidhaata..