Kumkum Bhagya the Zee TV show will see huge drama with Ranbir coming up with the next big high point by confessing to the police of having drugs.

Kumkum Bhagya: Ranbir takes the blame for drug possession to save Prachi

Kumkum Bhagya the popular show on Zee TV produced by Balaji Telefilms is seeing huge drama at the police station wherein Prachi (Mugdha Chaphekar) has been arrested for the drug possession post which Abhi (Shabir Ahluwalia) tried to save her leading to huge chaos.

Now, the fact is that Abhi has also been put inside the lock up by the police.

Well, while all this is happening there will be huge hit and miss moments with Pragya (Sriti Jha) too reaching the police station.

Now there will be a huge twist in the tale in Kumkum Bhagya with Ranbir (Krishna Kaul) emerging with a new and interesting development.

Ranbir will come to the police station and will tell the police that he was the one who had those drugs. He will tell all that Prachi is innocent.


Why is Ranbir doing so?

As we know, Rhea (Naina Singh) has thrown a love challenge at Ranbir in which he has to pretend being in love with Prachi and finally break her heart. Rhea will accept Ranbir’s love only if Ranbir succeeds in his mission.

Now thinking of this, we wonder whether Ranbir takes the blame of drugs possession in order to get into the good books of Prachi….

Well, this is getting all the more interesting..

As per a reliable source, “In the coming episode, Prachi will be released and Ranbir will be taken into custody.”


How will Ranbir be saved from the jail now?

We buzzed actors of Kumkum Bhagya associated with this track, but could not get through for a comment.

For all those interested to know more on the telly and digital updates, keep watching IWMBuzz.com for more details.

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