The "Yeh Hai Mohabbatein" ghost track has been stretched a lot. Not just the viewers, it's getting to the show's actors as well.
Divyanka Tripathi, who has got herself injured multiple times trying to be a violent and possessed woman, is now consciously avoiding watching "YHM" on TV.
While shooting one of the horror scenes, Divyanka was left stunned when she looked in the mirror. Since it gave her nightmares, she decided to not watch herself on the small screen.
Divyanka has been working on the track for almost two months now and wishes to get back to the character (Ishita Bhalla) she shot to fame with, The Times of India reports.
Apparently, Ekta Kapoor's team has been improvising on the script and they will continue dragging it till the real culprit is unmasked.
"We are shooting for a ghost track for which I am supposed to move around swiftly, pushing and throwing heavy objects aggressively. I keep forgetting while performing that I'm human after all (and not a ghost), and perform so aggressively that after the sequence I'm left with several injuries. I have got the maximum number of pulls and strains over the past few days," she told the leading daily.
In other news, the show will reportedly take a leap in 2016 where Ruhi (Ruhaanika Dhawan) and Aditya (Gautam Ahuja) will be shown as fully grown adults in their 20s. However, since there has been no official confirmation yet, this can, at best, be considered a speculation.