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Samar performs a tandav to express his anger, tells Vanraj that it’s his mother’s home

In the upcoming episode we will see that Vanraj asks Samar to leave the house with Nandini

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A still from Anupamaa on Star Plus

The recent episodes of Rajan Shahi’s “Anupamaa” have been all about Vanraj Shah. The once fierce and dominating Vanraj is at the point of a breakdown, he still doesn’t have a job in hand, he is fighting a war with his son, and then there is the guilt of not been able to protect Kavya and also of hurting Anupamaa in a million ways.

A day before Mahashivratri when Vanraj finds Samar talking to Nandini, he warns him of not going against his will and call Nandini for the puja. Once the puja starts Vanraj gets to know that the last company where he had sent his CV has rejected it. He is upset and angry but can’t show it to anyone.

The puja starts and after getting Mahadev ready Vanraj sees Nandini standing at the door and Samar holding her hand. This makes him more angry, but Samar is furious too and to express it he performs a tandav. While Paritosh, Anupamaa and Nandini too join in, it was mainly him expressing his anger through his dance.

In the upcoming episode we will see that Vanraj asks Samar to leave the house with Nandini, to this Samar replies that it’s not his house but his mother’s. How will Vanraj react to this? Vanraj is already going through a lot, and Samar’s rebellious attitude makes his breakdown. Will Anupamaa support him? Also, will Kavya let him leave his home? To know what happens next keep watching “Anupamaa”.

“Anupamaa” features Rupali Ganguly, Sudhanshu Pandey, Madalsa Sharma, Alpana Buch, Arvind Vaidya, Paras Kalnawat, Aashish Mehrotra, Muskan Bamne, Shekhar Shukla, Nidhi Shah, Anagha Bhosale, and Tassnim Sheikh. Produced by Rajan Shahi and his mother Deepa Shahi under their banner Shahi Productions Pvt Ltd, the show airs on Star Plus.

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