‘Anupamaa’ is the highest-rated show on television, featuring Rupali Ganguly and Gaurav Khanna, among others. In the following episodes, the show will take a surprising turn. And although the creators are working on the twist, there is already a lot going on in the drama. For example, consider Kavya's pregnancy with Anirudh's child. And a line from Anuj (Gaurav Khanna) in the current episode of ‘Anupamaa’ has fans perplexed. Gaurav and Rupali's fans are also arguing online.
In the forthcoming episode of ‘Anupamaa’, Barkha will bring up the subject of Kavya (Madalsa Sharma) being pregnant with Anirudh's child rather than Vanraj's. Tensions are rising, as Vanraj (Sudhanshu Pandey) cannot accept that Kavya cheated on him and is pregnant with someone else's child. Anupamaa and Anuj, on the other side, are seen attempting to persuade Vanraj to accept the child.
Anuj will be discussing Choti Anu's adoption in the latest episode of the Rupali Ganguly and Gaurav Khanna TV show. In another scene, he mentions Anuj not meeting Choti Anu before adopting her. Fans have been perplexed by the dialogue. Because both Anuj and Anupamaa knew Choti Anu prior to adoption.
The netizens speculate that the gaffe could be the result of a shift in the writer. But they're having a good laugh about it. Some have blamed makers for the inconsistencies, while others have defended Anuj. According to the chat, Anuj influenced Anupamaa for the adoption of Choti Anu, according to one of the users. Others have noted that this is not the first time something like this has happened with the show. Meanwhile, some Rupali and Gaurav followers are battling on social media.
Take A Look at some of the reactions:
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Samar will pass away in the future episode of ‘Anupamaa’. The cause of his death is unknown, but Vanraj would blame Anuj for it. Anupamaa will be stunned and perplexed by her son's death and her husband's innocence. MaAn supporters are irritated by their favourite jodi's frequent tribulations.