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Here’s Jennifer Winget as the new ‘Zoya’ in Bepannah post leap! See pics

Jennifer Winget will be seen as a successful businesswoman in Bepannah post leap. 

Written by: India TV Entertainment Desk, New Delhi [ Published on: July 13, 2018 15:55 IST ]
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Here’s Jennifer Winget as the new ‘Zoya’ in Bepannah post leap! See pics

Jennifer Winget returned to small screen with another praiseworthy act as Zoya in Colors’ Bepannah. In the ongoing show, the dusky beauty is romancing Harshad Chopda and their chemistry is being well-received by the telly lovers. Talking about her looks, Jennifer always liked to experiment. Sticking to one type of role or look is just not her thing. Remember when she went completely bald on screen for her role in Beyhadh? Also, she didn’t even bat an eye when she was asked to chop her mane off for the same show.

Zoya 2.0 and the Incredibles that bring her to life on #Bepannaah

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ZOYA 📸 @aaryaasharma

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According to the new promo, Bepannah is going to take a leap and Jennifer Winget has shared a picture of her new look on her Instagram. In the new look, the actress will be seen in bold make-up. Sharing the picture, she wrote, “Zoya 2.0 and the Incredibles that bring her to life on #Bepannah.”

Her stylist Sonam Vaghani also shared a solo of the actress in a fiery red traditional attire.

Post the leap, Zoya will be shown as a successful businesswoman while Harshad Chopda, who plays the role of Aditya will be staying away from his family. Earlier in Beyhadh, Jennifer experimented with her looks even going bald on screen. The actress’ daring spirit was lauded by the viewers and her fans. In Bepannah as well, Jennifer managed to get some praises from her fans.

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