Qubool Hai To Go Off Air After a Glorious Three Year Run

Qubool Hai To Go Off Air After a Glorious Three Year Run

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The show will be replaced by Meri Sasu Maa that stars Pearl V Puri and Hiba Nawab. Qubool Hai was one of the most successful shows for Zee TV. Fans loved the pairing of Zoya (Surbhi Jyoti) and Asad (Karan Singh Grover).  After the leap, the jodi of Ahil (Karanvir Bohra) and Sanam (Surbhi Jyoti) was also loved by fans. The show portrayed the Muslim community in a progressive manner and was loved across the subcontinent and Middle East.

Qubool Hai

Actress Surbhi Jyoti played five different characters on the show and won accolades for her performance. Over the years, we saw time leaps, the Indo-Pak angle and even a supernatural twist on the show. However, the TRPs had been dipping since 2015 and the makers thought of giving it a good farewell. Ten actors have played the main male protagonist on the show, which is also a record in itself. Karan Singh Grover, Rishab Sinha, Raqesh Vashisth, Vikrant Massey, Karanvir Bohra, Shehzad Sheikh, Varun Toorkey, Rajbir Singh, Ankit Raj to Avinash Sachdev.

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The show also gave Indian TV, Surbhi Jyoti. This Punjabi girl, who belongs to Jalandhar made her debut in Hindi shows with Qubool Hai. People loved her as Zoya Farooqui and Mahira Akhtar. In a public statement the actress said, “It has been a very fulfilling journey to play five characters in the same show. This show has made me a household name. I am thankful to all our fans for showering us with immense love and adulation. I have loved every bit of this journey and I am going to sorely miss shooting for the show. Above all, I will miss all of my co-actors and friends that I have made on the sets. No matter which part I play in future, I know for a fact I will always be remembered for this show.”

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