Dhruv (Utkarsh Gupta) and Alya (Krissann Barretto).

Some love stories are more complicated than others, and frankly, we’ve had enough. Nandini (Niti Taylor) and Manik’s (Parth Samthaan) nhok-jhok wali love story is interesting, but we are talking about Dhruv (Utkarsh Gupta) and Alya (Krissann Barretto).

They started their love story when Alya parted ways with Manik, and Dhruv forgot Nandini. They kissed and then fell in love, but it was complicated. They didn’t want anyone to know, but due to Dhruv’s foolishness, they ended up fighting. Every time Alya tried to make up, Dhruv pushed her away in his egoistical desire to be better than Manik. 

Anyway, the tides have changed, and Dhruv has learned his lesson. He came back as a changed man, but by then, things between Alya and Dhruv had changed. She had moved on and lost the love in her heart for Dhruv.

When Dhruv came back, he tried talking to Alya, but she ignored him. Harshad (Abhishek Malik) found out about his sister and Dhruv dating each other and their subsequent breakup. Alya developed an eating disorder, and whenever she got worried, angry or upset, she’d pig out on sweets and junk food. Then she’d puke it all out in order to keep her weight in check. Unfortunately, none of the Fab 5 members have yet figured this out.

In the upcoming episode, Harshad will keep instigating Dhruv to break away from Fab 5 in order to get back into Alya’s life. Simultaneously, he will cause Alya to distance herself from the group. Dhruv will bend over backwards so that Alya will forgive him and let him back into her life. From what we hear, the lovebirds will get back together with the help of Fab 5, Nandini and Navya (Veebha Anand). 

Will Harshad manage to split up Fab 5? Will Alya and Dhruv get back together for good? Will Fab 5 still be the same?

Stay tuned to find out.

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