Poonam Singh

Anupamaa, starring Rupali Ganguly and Gaurav Khanna, continues to captivate audiences with its intense drama. The recent turmoil involving Aadhya's animosity towards Anupamaa and Anuj's forced marriage to Shruti has reached a critical point. A shootout at the school escalates tensions, leading to tragic consequences.

Anupamaa and Shruti both reached to save Adhya and Pari. Both got shattered seeing the kids there and rushed to save them. However, Shruti got bullet shot.

Following the incident, Aadhya's resentment towards Anupama has deepened as she perceives Anu favouring Pari over her. 

Amidst the chaos, Anuj now grapples with the responsibility of caring for Aadhya and managing Shruti's condition. Anupamaa, burdened by guilt, vows to support Anuj and Aadhya during Shruti's recovery, despite the hostility directed at her.

In the midst of this, a poignant moment emerges when Aadhya seeks solace in Anupamaa's embrace, signalling a potential shift in their strained relationship.

In the upcoming episodes, audience may Anu landing in trouble at Superstar Chef Competition. She has cleared four rounds and is one of the best participants. The upcoming episode may see Biji, Yashdeep attending the show to support Anupamaa. However, Anuj will watch the show at home. 

All the contestants will rush to the super market of the show to get their ingredients. Anupamaa will take some time to get her ingredients leaving everyone worried. But she will be back with her ingredients. She will start her work with full energy but an accident will happen. Anu's blender will malfunction and blast eventually. Anu will be thrown far away and will fall unconscious.

She will be injured and we might see Anuj getting worried. Anupama too might land in the hospital. It will be interesting to see what happens next.

Meanwhile, Vanraj's decision regarding Dimpy's future adds another layer of complexity to the family dynamics. The Shah family's disappointment with Vanraj's secretive intentions casts a shadow over their relationships.