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Jennifer Winget’s Bepannaah to go off air on November 30?

Bepannaah will be replaced by Adaa Khan's Sitara. The last episode for the Jennifer Winget show will be aired on November 30. 

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New Delhi Published on: November 16, 2018 13:17 IST
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Jennifer Winget’s Bepannaah to go off air on November 30? 

Jennifer Winget and Harshad Chopda have been making headlines for their sizzling chemistry in ongoing daily soap Bepannaah. But from a recent while, rumours of the TV show going off air have been doing rounds in the media and it looks like they are real for this time. According to the reports, Bepannaah has got an extension and finally, it will be going off air on November 30, 2018. Just before going off air, the show will take a leap of six years, with everything falling into its place.

According to the media reports, Harshad Chopra will land into jail after which he will be separated from his wife Jennifer Winget. After the separation, the show will take a leap of six years. The makers asked for extension, but soon after the leap, it will go air.

Jennifer Winget’s Bepannaah to get replaced by Adaa Khan’s Sitara? 

Bepannaah is not the only Colors show that’s going off air this month. Another TV show, which went off air a couple of months ago, Silsila Badalte Rishton Ka will also go off air soon. The show has taken a six year leap with Drashti Dhami (Nandini) and Abhinav Shukla walking out of the show, not happy with the current track.

The last day of shoot for Bepannaah will be November 28, 2018 and the episode will air on November 30. After the leap, the new track will unfold on Friday and the show will end on a happy note.

According to the speculations, Adaa Khan’s fictional TV show Sitara will replace Bepannaah. In the show, Adaa Khan will step into the role of a Vishkanya. Fans have been tweeting in support of Bepannaah to prevent the show from getting axed.

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