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Jennifer Winget, Harshad Chopda's steamy romance in Bepannah will blow your mind-Watch

Television actress Jennifer Winget and actor Harshad Chopda have shot for a steamy sequence for their popular show 'Bepannah'. Despite hurdles, the two got married in the show and will consummate their marriage in tonight's episode.

Jennifer Winget, Harshad Chopda's steamy romance in Bepannah will blow your mind-Watch
Image Courtesy: Instagram

New Delhi: Television actress Jennifer Winget and actor Harshad Chopda have shot for a steamy sequence for their popular show 'Bepannah'. Despite hurdles, the two got married in the show and will consummate their marriage in tonight's episode.

Jennifer took to her Instagram to share a snippet from the much-awaited episode. She wrote, "L’amore trova la strada. 
You either translate or better still watch #Bepannaah tonight and even find out how!"

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

“L’amore trova la strada” You either translate or better still watch #Bepannaah tonight and even find out how!

A post shared by Jennifer Winget (@jenniferwinget1) on

Jennifer essays the character of Zoya while Harshad Chopda's character is called Aditya Hooda. The two share an impeccable chemistry in the show.

Jennifer, who has been in the television industry for quite some time, became a huge sensation after she played the character of a psychotic woman named Maya in 'Beyhadh'. The audience has always seen Jennifer as a docile, shy character but when she aced the negative portrayal with such finesse, the viewers were dumbstruck. The actress now plays the lead role in TV show Bepannah.

Her character Zoya is the complete opposite of Maya but Jennifer knows how to get into the skin of the characters designed for her with ease. 

'Bepannah' is produced under the banner of Cinevistaas and this would be Jennifer's second collaboration with Cinevistaas after 'Beyhadh'.