Sony SAB’s most loved couples Aladdin and Yasmine to meet a tragic end. Aladdin: Naam Toh Suna Hoga is set to send shock waves across viewers as one of television’s most cherished couples take the death plunge in the upcoming episodes of the show.
Aladdin and Yasmine have been seen overcoming several brutal challenges so far but now they face the most powerful sorcerer, Zafar (Aamir Dalvi), who has forced Aladdin and Yasmine to accompany him to jahannum (hell) to achieve his evil intentions.
After emerging as an extremely powerful sorcerer aka an Aiyaar, Zafar reveals his intention of getting his hands on a mysterious Laal Sandook (red box). Zafar leaves Aladdin with no options after showing the visuals of Omar being trapped in hell.
To save his father from burning in hell forever, Aladdin along with Yasmine agree to accompany Zafar for his mission. While the duo begin their journey to hell, Ginie of the Ring (Praneet Bhatt) gets a vision of Aladdin and Yasmine dying in this mission.
On the other hand, Alasmine reach hell where Omar pleads them to not help Zafar as it will bring the ultimate havoc in the entire world. Omar, firm on his decision to not let the evil win, pushes Aladdin and Yasmine into the hell fire with a promise that warriors shall rise again in the future.
Siddharth Nigam, essaying the role of Aladdin, said, “The episodes have been really challenging and full of emotions. Aladdin and Yasmine have faced the biggest hurdle together and it was truly heartbreaking to shoot the end of Aladdin and Yasmine. We all thoroughly prepared for this final scene.
“To all the fans of Aladdin: Naam Toh Suna Hoga, I want to say that every end is the beginning of something new. I also want to thank everyone for the immense love and support they continue to shower on us.
“The upcoming episodes of Aladdin: Naam Toh Suna Hoga promises an emotional yet thrilling roller-coaster ride and I am sure everyone will enjoy it,” Nigam added.
Ashi Singh, essaying the role of Yasmine, said,“Essaying the role of Sultana Yasmine has been a great learning for me as an artiste. When I started my journey as Yasmine, performing the action sequences were a little challenging but now I really enjoy doing them.
In such a short span of time, I fell in love with this glamourous warrior. Shooting this death scene was a little emotional for all of us on set. I will certainly miss dressing up as a princess, but this end will be the beginning of something truly exciting.
I want to also thank everyone for their love and support, and I urge everyone to stay tuned as the episodes further will take the viewers through an intense journey of their beloved couple Aladdin and Yasmine,” Singh said.
To know more, keep watching Aladdin: Naam Toh Suna Hoga every Monday-Friday at 9PM only on Sony SAB