Kundali Bhagya, Fittrat Plots Are Proof That There Is A Thin Line Between Love And Hate

These shows prove that it’s possible for the passion and love you have for a person to change love into hatred or vice versa

Ankita Tiwari

May 1, 2020


2 min


It is said that a very thin line separates love and hate. The person who can cross all boundaries to prove the love for you, can also close all the doors to show you the hatred. Love and Hatred are both equally passionate and opposite forms of emotions and yet there is only a thin line that separates them. Abhi’s love for Pragya was visible to everyone, but so is his hatred as he continues to blame Pragya for Kiara’s death. The couple in Kumkum Bhagya go their separate ways when they lose their first-born.

Similarly, In ZEE5’s Fittrat, Tarini wants Veer to fall in love with her, and she resorts to all kinds of seductions but when she gets to know his truth, she loses her cool and starts hating him so much that she destroys him and his life in entirety. She leaves no stone unturned to express her hatred towards Veer.

Fittrat Review
(Source: Instagram)

On the other hand, the marriage of Karan and Preeta in Kundali Bhagya, airing on ZEE TV, was the result of hatred. Karan and his vengeance makes him tie the knot with Preeta (even though he always loved her but never admitted his feelings for Preeta).

Karan and Preeta music video ZEE5
Karan and Preeta music video ZEE5

Another case of hatred is Vikram and Nithya’s passionate love story from ZEE5’s Cold Lassi Aur Chicken Masala. The couple get separated and hate each other immensely, but they cannot stop feeling the same connection when they meet after years.

Divyanka to romance Rajeev in Coldd Lassi aur Chicken Masala
(Source: Instagram)

Can love and hate coexist? Comment your thoughts below.

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