Chandigarh 28th November:- Sony SAB’s fresh romantic comedy Tera Kya Hoga Alia has kept its audience hooked to the television screens with new and unexpected twists and turns, revolving around the lives of Alia (Anusha Mishra), Alok (Harshad Arora) and Tara (Priyanka Purohit). This light hearted family entertainer of Sony SAB is about to take a rather serious turn where Tara meets with a life threatening accident.
After getting Alok and Tara engaged to one another, Alia finds out that she won’t die and her life comes crashing down as her own misunderstanding led to Alok and Tara coming close to each other. After learning the truth about her death, Alia confronts Tara to break the engagement and in a shocking turn of events, Tara refuses to and confesses that she wants to be with Alok.
A distraught Alia is now determined to break Alok and Tara’s marriage. While Alia starts plotting against creating a bad image of Tara in front of Alok, a tragic turn of event changes the entire course of the story. Tara meets with an accident that gravely affects her memory.
Will Tara be okay? Has Tara lost all her memory? What will this mean for Alia?
Anusha Mishra, essaying the role of Alia said that Alia is stunned that her own misunderstanding has led to her giving up her husband to Tara. There is no way she is going to give up on Alok and is determined to remove Tara from his life. The upcoming episodes will give the audience a sneak peek into Alia’s mischievous side and how she deals with Tara’s accident. Battle between the damsels is on! It will be interesting to watch if Alia will be able to break Tara and Alok’s engagement or not.
Priyanka Purohit, essaying the role of Tara said that Tara is in love with Alok and now that they are engaged, she doesn’t want to give up. Tara so far has agreed to Alia’s wishes and demands but not anymore. In a shocking turn of events, Tara meets with an accident and the situation is critical. The episodes further bring a jaw dropping twist for our viewers and she is sure they couldn’t see it coming. Let the war begin.