According to the grapevine, the drama is being pitched to Netflix
According to the grapevine, the drama is being pitched to Netflix

Hum TV's latest experiment Aangan opened last week to rave reviews complete with critically-acclaimed performances.

Ahsan Khan and Sonya Hussyn's love story had many rooting for them while everyone couldn't wait to see Sajal Aly, Ahad Raza Mir and Mawra Hocane's story arc. But Hum TV had a not so pleasant surprise for its fans.

On Monday, the network announced on their Facebook page that Aangan will not be releasing on YouTube and will only be aired on their channel every Thursday.

The post did not bode well with Aangan fans who immediately responded with their disapproval.

But it was when Aangan's second episode aired on Thursday and didn't make its way to YouTube that fans became enraged.

People are just not having it

They feel betrayed

For those overseas, this is a big deal

A revolution is on the way

It feels like a breakup really

"Boy, bye" vibes

Rumour has it, Aangan is aiming for Netflix

And while that may sound exciting...

... fans don't care

The rage is real

But it looks like fans have a plan

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