4 much-needed life lessons you can learn from watching Kumkum Bhagya

4 much-needed life lessons you can learn from watching Kumkum Bhagya

Kumkum Bhagya is an Indian TV show that has taken Ghana by storm.

In every household, there is at least on a dedicated follower of this Twi subbed series. Here are all the things you learn after watching a KumKum Bhagya marathon:

1. Love will always find you

4 much-needed life lessons you can learn from watching Kumkum Bhagya

4 much-needed life lessons you can learn from watching Kumkum Bhagya

The way love always seems to find Abhi and Pragya through thick and thin.

READ ALSO: Adwoa Saah, actress and host of ‘Kumkum Bhagya’ married her long time boyfriend on Saturday, March 19

2. How to play hard to get

4 much-needed life lessons you can learn from watching Kumkum Bhagya

4 much-needed life lessons you can learn from watching Kumkum Bhagya

Kumkum Bhagya also teaches us how to play hard to get and just throw small bouts of affection even though you are madly in love.

3. There will always be enemies

4 much-needed life lessons you can learn from watching Kumkum Bhagya

4 much-needed life lessons you can learn from watching Kumkum Bhagya

No matter what you do in life there will be people that will never want to see you happy. Ask Aliyah and Tanu.

4. Family will always have your back

4 much-needed life lessons you can learn from watching Kumkum Bhagya

4 much-needed life lessons you can learn from watching Kumkum Bhagya

Just as the family had Pragya’s back through all her struggles, your family will always stand by you through everything.

What other lessons have you learnt from watching Kumkum Bhagya? Tell us via Facebook, Twitter or email at info@yen.com.gh

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