Bepanah’s Jennifer Winget Mesmerizes With A Magical Performance (Watch)
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Jennifer Winget is in news for the promo of “Beyhadh 2” which shows the small screen star debating with none other than Lord Krishna about Mahabharata. Well, fans are well aware that Jennifer is a very strong actress and as an antagonist, in the second season of the “Beyhadh” franchise she is sure to enthral once again.
The actress who has played wonderful roles including the unforgettable Kusum in “Saraswati Chandra” was last seen in “Bepanah” with Harshad Chopra and as always her performance received wide acclaim. But it is not only acting that makes Jennifer such a big star. She also is a very good dancer and her throwback video from an award function probably reveals that she can be graceful, angelic and elegant when needed.
In this video, the ex-wife of Karan Singh Grover is seen grooving to the beautiful song of Shraddha Kapoor, “Sun Sathiya” from the movie “ABCD.”
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Jennifer’s Powerful Screen Presence
Undoubtedly, the way she acts and portrays a character makes the audience believe that everything is happening in real. In the upcoming “Beyhadh 2” she is once again reprising the role of Maya which she portrayed in the first season. The show first aired in October 2016 and Jennifer as an obsessive wife was highly appreciated.
Ultimately her possessiveness makes her husband break marriage. When the series ended a year later, fans were disheartened and ever since then there have been demands for a second season. In between these two years, Jennifer Winget mesmerized her fans with her extraordinary performance in “Bepanah.”
The promo of the second season of “Beyhadh 2” looks very much interesting and indicates that it will be much more dynamic than the previous one. In the promo scene, an angry Maya is shown sitting inside a car talking to Krishna. She says, “Aapko kya laga, aap nahi ayenge to Mahabharat nahi hongi?” Well, what exactly she is hinting at will only be unveiled when the show begins.