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Jennifer Winget cannot wait to be back on television with her new series Bepannaah. Watch the new promo

Jennifer Winget shared a new promo of her upcoming series Bepannaah. The series will also feature Sehban Azmi and Harshad Chopra in lead roles.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: February 11, 2018 1:02:00 pm
Jennifer Winget Bepannaah promo Jennifer Winget shared a new promo of Bepannaah on Twitter.

Jennifer Winget is too excited about her new show Bepannaah, which is all set to air on Colors shortly. The actor shared a promo which gives an idea of the twisted love tale this series is going to be. In the video, we see Jennifer and her co-star Harshad Chopra rushing to find out their beloveds have committed suicide but eventually discover a connection between each other. The actor shared the promo on Twitter and wrote, “They say, ‘Good things come to those who wait, and your wait will soon be over as #Bepannaah is coming soon!!! Here’s just a sneak peek. Can’t wait? Me neither.”

Earlier, Jennifer took to Instagram and introduced her fans to Zoya Siddiqui, her character in the series, with a beautiful picture. Alongside the lovely photo where Jennifer is seen sporting a traditional look with a nose pin and a charming smile, the actor wrote, “Roll Camera, Action! Let me introduce you to Zoya Siddiqui as she begins shooting for #Bepannaah on @colorstv”.

Bepannaah also features Sehban Azmi and Harshad Chopra in the lead roles. Jennifer Winget and Sehban Azmi’s sizzling chemistry received praise in the recently released promo of the show.

The show will be Harshad’s comeback on television. He previously starred on Sony’s Humsafars. There was a speculation that the actor would star opposite Sanaya Irani on Star Plus’ Meenu Mausi, which got shelved due to unknown reasons.

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