Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi: Dev and Sonakshi to share romantic moment
Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi: Dev and Sonakshi to share romantic moment. Pictured: Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi actress Erica FernandesErica Fernandes/Facebook

Even as the ardent viewers of Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi are eagerly waiting for the reunion of their favourite couple Dev (Shaheer Sheikh) and Sonakshi (Erica Fernandes), following their bitter and painful separation, the makers have finally decided to reunite the much-in-love couple.

The viewers will also get to see a romantic moment between Dev and Sonakshi in the upcoming episodes. It was reported earlier that Ishwari (Supriya Pilgaonkar), who was responsible for the couple's break-up, would realise that her son is madly in love with Sonakshi. She would eventually manage to convince Sonakshi and her family for the alliance.

With this, viewers will get to see a passionate hug between Dev and Sonakshi, followed by an intimate moment. A video from the sets of the show has surfaced online, in which Dev and Sonakshi are seen happily hugging each other.

"Dev and Ishwari (Supriya Pilgaonkar) will manage to convince Sonakshi for the marriage proposal. And finally Sonakshi will patch up with Dev. This moment will also see a passionate hug between the couple. Dev will promise Sonakshi that he will never leave her again. Sonakshi too will promise him to be his, forever," a source told Tellychakkar.com.

Meanwhile, some reports had said that although the couple would reunite, they would be seen going through a roller-coaster ride after marriage when Sonakshi is diagnosed with a health problem and is not able to conceive. This would eventually make Ishwari unhappy with Dev and Sonakshi's relationship.

In other news, Prerna Panwar, who plays the role of Sona's sister Eleana, recently faced flak on social media from Dev's fans after the actress was seen yelling at Shaheer's character in one of the episodes. This didn't go down well with Dev's fans who started bashing Prerna online. The actress, however, took the criticism as a compliment.