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Dev holds Sonakshi’s hand and tells her that she is very beautiful. Sonakshi comes out of Dev’s room. Radha tells Sonakshi that she had added a drug in Dev’s juice which made him tell the truth. Ronita yells at Saurabh as she assumes that he has an extramarital affair. Saurabh assures Ronita that he is loyal to her.
Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi (English: A few colors of love can be like this too) is an Indian fiction romance television series, which premiered on 29 February 2016 on SetIndia TV Channel. The series is a realistic take on the romantic relationship between Devrath and Sonakshi. Their love story and how it will impact the unique, close-knit relationship between Devrath and his mother is the main theme of the show.The show is set in Delhi, and revolves around Mr. Devrath Dixit and Dr. Sonakshi Bose.Dev is a successful business tycoon who lives with his mother Ishwari, whom he's devoted to, his three beloved sisters, Neha, Nikki and Riya, his uncle, aunt and their son. Dr. Bose, on the other hand is a consulting nutritionist, who hails from a middle class Bengali family of five, and is appointed by Dev for Ishwari's permanent consulting nutritionist. Initially, both Ishwari and Dev are indifferent to Sonakshi but gradually form a bond with her.
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