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Everyone has an eye on the current track of the famous serial Anupama of the television world. The Rupali Ganguly and Sudhanshu Pandey starrer is currently witnessing high-voltage drama in this serial. The pregnant Kinjal falls on the ground on the stomach and Vanraj, who is responsible for this, considers only and only Anupama. Vanraj came to Anuj’s house and made a spectacle and also insulted Anupama (Rupali Ganguly) in front of him. Now Anuj wants Anupama to stay away from the Shah family for a few days. From here, the distance between Anuj and Anupama will start coming. Meanwhile, Rakhi Dave means that actress Tassnim Sheikh is going to return to the show.  

Actor Paras Kalnawat, who plays Samar in Anupamaa, has shared a video from the set on social media. In the video, there is a lot of controversy between Alpana Buch, Anupama and Rakhi Dave. It is clear that in the coming days, another thing is going to fall on Anupama. From the video that has surfaced, it is clear that as soon as Rakhi Dave comes to know that there is an accident with her daughter Kinjal, she will reach Shah House. Let us know that from the beginning, Rakhi Dave used to repeatedly talk to Kinjal that due to pregnancy, she should stay in her house because there is a lack of comforts in Shah House.

The same has been shown in the previous episode of Anupama that now Barkha has understood how to bring distance between Anuj and Anupama. Barkha has understood that Anuj does not like Vanraj at all and she is going to take advantage of this thing a lot going forward.  

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