Bepannaah

Starring Jennifer Winget and Harshad Chopra, Aapka Colors’ new show, “Bepannaah,” brings some of the most loved faces of Indian television together in a riveting romance. (photo provided)

MUMBAI— When you lose your first love, how do you learn to love again?

Following the stupendous success of love stories like “Tu Aashiquii” and “Ishq Mein Marjawan,” Aapka Colors will be adding a new shade of love with “Bepannaah.” An impossible love story of two strangers brought together by destiny, it revolves around the life of Aditya and Zoya, and how they find love again in challenging circumstances.

Starring Jennifer Winget as Zoya, Harshad Chopda as Aditya, Sehban Azim as Parth (Zoya’s husband) and Namita Dubey in the role of Pooja (Aditya’s wife), the show brings some of the most loved faces of Indian television together in a riveting romance.

Speaking about being a part of the show, Winget said, “I am super thrilled and ecstatic to be a part this new show. The narrative is both emotional and gripping. I can’t wait to bring my character to life and share screen space with Harshad. It’s going to be a treat for the audiences to watch.”

Added Chopda, “I am happy, excited and I feel lucky to be back on the small screen with a show like this. This is the first time that Jennifer and I will be working together.”

Azim added, “The show will take you on a journey that is more than merely romantic. It is something we all might face or have faced already in real life, something that is relatable. The show will have twists and turns that will have audiences on the edge of their seats.”

Dubey, who has worked in a comedy-drama before, mentioned, “It is a privilege to work with such talented actors who push you each day to better your craft and be the best version of yourself. I can’t wait for the show to go on air and know what viewers think of my character Pooja.”

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