Beyhadh 2 will soon end & we are ‘Beyhadh Sad’

Will Maya and Rudra say goodbye to their fans? Know the truth here!

The daily soap Beyhadh 2 enjoys a huge fandom. From past few days, the show is making a lot of headlines. There were rumours that show is going off-air. Also, the makers are planning to shift to the digital medium. Well, putting rest to all the speculations Jennifer Winget denied all the reports of the show going off-air.

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The rumours of shifting the show to the digital platform were true but she clarified that Sony TV will stick to television as of now. Season 2 of the show began with a bang! Fans liked the cast assemble and loved Maya’s avatar. But after some time, the TRP started to fall. And reports of the show going off-air started doing the rounds. As of now, the show is not going to end.

Maya & Rudra Chemistry

Jennifer Winget is one of the most successful actresses of Television. She is known for her professionalism & her fine work.  Whenever she comes on television she puts the screen on fire. In season 1 her chemistry with Kushal Tandon was loved by all! She then came back as Zoya with Harshad Chopda and fans are still able to get over it.  Now, Maya and Rudra are also winning hearts! Their steamy and sizzling chemistry is loved by all.

So, will the show end?

Yes, the show will come to an end.  As per the makers, the show is a finite series and will have a logical ending. The makers also clarified that show will end but not immediately. So, the fans of the show can relax! And have to make peace with the fact that all good things come to an end.

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