Viewers of Sony Entertainment Television’s Kyun Utthe Dil Chhod Aaye have been at the edge of their seat with unexpected twists and turns. The show is now gearing up for an interesting track in the upcoming episode for its viewers. Veer portrayed by Kunal Jaisingh has been exploring every trick in the book in order to remove Randheer essayed by Zaan Khan from the palace permanently. But time and again, Randheer double-crosses Veer and puts him under the same charge. Soon, in an unanticipated circumstance, Veer and Randheer seem to be in an issue resolving mode. What transpires between the two individuals who are always at loggerheads with each other to have brought about this change?
It so happens that happens that, during their childhood, both Randheer and Veer get into a huge scuffle due to a photograph. In the midst of the situation, Veer pushes Randheer into a ditch and the photograph gets torn. Veer who lives with this guilt is determined to find his brother. Soon, both the brothers realise that have two torn images from a photograph and when they match it, to their shock they realise they are indeed brothers! Shocked by this revelation, both of them together confront their mother Rani Nalini aka Geetanjali Tikekarto speak the truth. After an emotional moment, Rani Nalini who is extremely happy to see her sons together organizes a small pooja for them.
Taking about this emotionally charged up sequence, Zaan Khan aka Veer shares, “It was a very intense sequence for both me and Kunal as both the reel characters have come to the realize that they are brothers. All of this because of a torn photograph that fit together! Viewers have seen them constantly fight so, after so many struggles, they both are now attempting to clear their misunderstanding, now that they have realised they are brothers. While in reality Kunal and I share a good time offset. We both chill together after the shoot, prank other co-actors and he is like a brother to me. I am excited to know the audience reaction and I hope they enjoy the episode as much as we enjoyed shooting it.”