Yeh Rishtey Hain Pyaar Ke: Shaheer Sheikh opens up on the surrogacy track; says, ‘A lot of people won’t agree, but at least there will be some discussion’

Shaheer Sheikh and Rhea Sharma’s Yeh Rishtey Hain Pyaar Ke has been loved by the audience. This is the spin-off show of Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai. Abir and Mishti’s adorable love story grabbed all the attention and #MishBir became the most loved couple. However, the show failed to get ratings for the show. Hence, the show will soon go offiar. The last episode of Shaheer Sheikh and Rhea Sharma starrer will air its last episode on October 17. The show has always had some interesting stories and some brilliant performances. As per the recent episodes, Mishti cannot become a mother as she has internal injuries and hence Abir decides to adopt a baby. But Meenakshi is not happy with it and wants Kuhu to be the surrogate mother of Abir and Mishti’s baby.

Shaheer Sheikh recently spoke about this surrogacy track of the show in an interview with Pinkvilla. He said, “The writers were trying to give a message and I myself do believe in that. It is a very noble thing to adopt a child, to give a house and love and care to someone who needs it and is not fortunate enough to have that by birth.I was happy that we are using the storyline to highlight this. Honestly even we did not know where we are going with the track but I really liked the idea about how they were trying to tell people that how this can be a more sensible decision. I am sure a lot of people won’t agree with it but at least there will be some discussion about it and that’s a way forward, according to me.”

Shaheer Sheikh also spoke about how he stays away from social media. He said, “Honestly, I try. I was discussing it with my director that day that even if you spend 10 minutes on social media, you are affected in some way. It can leave a negative impact on you because of many reasons. Anyone can write anything, so we have to choose what we expose ourselves to. I chose to reduce it as much as I can.”

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