Poonam Singh

Anupamaa stars Rupali Ganguly and Gaurav Khanna are one of the most loved onscreen couples on television. Fans love their crackling chemistry both on and off-screen. 

The audience enjoys watching them both on and off the screen. Rupali and Gaurav’s BTS videos and shared pictures showcasing their beautiful bond have always delighted the fans. However, with Anuj-Anupama's separation from the show, fans have noticed a decline in the number of #MaAn scenes.

The fans are eagerly waiting to see their Anuj-Anupama together both on and off the screen and are missing their cute and sweet bond.

Recently, there seems to be a change in the dynamics between Rupali and Gaurav. They have not been posting pictures together on social media, leading to speculation.

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Reports suggest that the two actors are now uncomfortable shooting together. Film and Television critic Salil Sand expressed this on X, stating that the discomfort is visible on-screen in the latest Anuj-Anupamaa scene. The reason behind their discomfort remains unclear.

In the latest scene, we see Anupamaa and Anuj speaking about whatever had happened in their relationship for a few years. Salil Sand feels that the actors are uncomfortable shooting together and that is visible on screens as well. However, why he said so is not clear yet.

Sand commented, "It’s so apparent that both #RupaliGanguly and #GauravKhanna are so uncomfortable shooting together!! Boss Camera Kabhi Jhoot Nahin Bol Sakta!! Abb Isse Zayad Bola Toh Gossip Waala Scene Hoga!! Best Keep Quite!! #Anupama Mata Ki Jai Ho!!"

It is uncertain whether there is any truth to these speculations as fans await clarification from Rupali or Gaurav on the same. Apart from the lead actors, the show also features Sukirti Kandpal, Alpana Buch, Vaquar Shaikh, Aurra Bhatnagar, Chandni Bhagwanani, Aadhya Barot, Madalsa Sharma, Trishaan Shah, Kunawar Amarjeet Singh, Dishi Duggal, and others.

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