Kavya to ask Vanraj to choose between her and Anupamaa

The D-Day is currently approaching in Anupamaa and with that, a ton is going to occur as Vanraj is stuck in a remarkable soup. While the disclosure of Vanraj and Kavya’s extramarital issue keeps on being an inquiry, up ahead, we will see Vanraj being approached to pick among her and Anupamaa. Also, presently, it is the stand by to perceive what will occur in the scene to come and what will the destiny of their lives be.

We previously perceived how Kavya was left sitting tight for Vanraj at the sanctuary and he was unable to go as a result of some unavoidable conditions and now, it has left her hurt while Anirudh turns her help. He proceeds to approach her for another opportunity as they are as yet hitched and furthermore proceeds to comment how for him, she is only a toy and nobody will leave their home for a toy. In any case, she won’t tune in and is inflexible on making Vanraj pick either her or Anupamaa.

Then again, the wedding merriments have just started in the Shah house and Anupamaa is content with how Vanraj is acting and getting along all the ceremonies. While Vanraj is by all accounts getting mind flights and sees Kavya with a mangalsutra, he is likewise stressed over her. With Kavya while in transit to cause Vanraj to pick, what is proceeding? Will Nandini have the option to stop her? Will Kavya and Vanraj get hitched or will he carry on with an upbeat existence with Anupamaa? Stay tuned to peruse what occurs ahead!

While Kavya is crushed with Vanraj’s conduct, Anupamaa and Vanraj’s wedding ceremonies have just started in the Shah house. Anupamaa is happy, particularly with the manner in which Vanraj is acting with her mom and her sibling. Despite the fact that he is taking an interest in all the customs, Vanraj gets fantasy and sees Kavya with a mangalsutra, yet he is concerned for her simultaneously.

Anupamaa highlights Rupali Ganguly, Sudhanshu Pandey, Madalsa Sharma, Aashish Mehrotra, Paras Kalnawat, Nidhi Shah, Alpana Buch, Tassnim Sheik, Shekhar Shukla, Muskaan Bamne and Arvind Vaidya.