Kumkum Bhagya Upcoming Story Review
Kumkum Bhagya, a small kingdom that was ruled by the god King Sagar and was in existence during an ancient period where only queens or kings could rule over kingdoms. The story begins when Sagar finds out that his daughter Mumbhalak (known for her stinginess) has given up her portion of the kingdom. Mumbhalak was planning to marry another man, but she refused to transfer the kingdom to Sagar. Thus, the king realizes that he has to marry Mumbhalak's sister Subhadra and she is married. They both agreed that they would each other a portion of the kingdom to ensure that they can live happily ever after.
It's all well and good, but it can sometimes become boring due to its repetitiveness. The story lacks imagination and creativity, despite offering a wide variety of interesting settings and situations. There are two main characters in this story and both are not well-developed, often acting like children with no real depth.
The story is told from Sagar's perspective and he's frequently repetitive regarding events and situations. Sagar seems to lose crucial details, and contradicts himself a number of times. He claims that he's never fallen in love with Mumbhalak because of her beauty. We later learn that he did fall in love with her despite her ugly appearance. But he later claims that it was only because she was beautiful.
Subhadra who is shown as the perfect wife, is a important character in the story. Despite being repeatedly depicted as substandard, she is not considered to be poor, which makes this novel tedious and boring to read. And worst of all, Subhadra is presented as a villain a lot of the time Kumkum Bhagya Upcoming Story. Bhagya states in one scene that he would like to see Subhadra executed because she is a devil.
Bhagya says the novel is not a crime story. However when Subhadra is killed by an unidentified person, he is promptly arrested and brought to the gallows. While he is convicted of offense, he is let free after appealing the court. Bhagya asserts that the sentence was handed down by the court, however, everyone else believes this to be absurd. The only reason why Subhadra takes his own life is that the court is unwilling to dismiss the charges against him.
The story follows two young lovers who meet and fall in love. They embark on a thrilling and daring journey to be forever life. Bhagya does not manage to make an engaging plot. Some events seem insignificant and unimportant in the novel like the moment when Bhagya makes the decision to get married but find out that neither of them is actually married. There is also too little emphasis on relationships that make the book seem a bit stale. It's a romantic story that provides an escape from the daily grind of life. But, it doesn't have enough substance to keep the reader's attention. It's a great story but not one you should only read for the romance.