The twists in Star Plus’s Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata hai don’t seem to stop anytime soon. Post Naksh’s wedding fiasco which resulted into a huge shock wave running through all Naksh and Tara fans, the latest reports suggest that the next twist in the Singhania tale is Naira going to jail for murder. Created by Director’s Kut Productions, the drama show is running high on twists for the last few weeks now and creating waves of news.

Sukanya becomes the reason

The current track of the show has the family enjoying a chilled out picnic where Naira played by Ashnoor Kaur brings her friend Sukanya as well.

Apparently Sukanya will be the trouble maker and prove to be the reason behind Naira’s arrest.

Sukanya's boyfriend Vicky gets killed!

According to online reports what follows is unexpected turn of events with Sukanya’s boyfriend reaching the picnic spot and misbehaving with her. This will lead to Sukanya hitting him in the head with a rod. Unfortunately Vicky dies which Naira is not aware of and his death becomes the murder which she will be accused of. To get away from the guilt of killing her own boyfriend, Sukanya will try to commit suicide and the blame will be somehow shifted to Naira. Naira will also try to hide and run away from her family while her family tries everything to find her amidst the chaos which results out of Vicky’s sudden death.

Loyal fans of the show have seen Naitik, Akshara and their kids in various kinds of troubles, but it is for the first time that Naitik and Akshara’s kid has been in legal trouble on the show.

Naitik and Akshara's new struggle begins

While police will consider Naira as the accused and arrest her, we will have to wait and watch how the entire conspiracy exactly unfolds leading to Naira’s arrest.

It will be interesting to watch if this time Naitik and Akshara will be able to save their daughter from the clutches of law by proving her innocent.

Hoping that the loyal fans of the most loved show on Indian Television like this twist and it results in skyrocketing the ratings to a new high.