Popular television show Bepannaah is set to come to an end and fans will no longer be able to see their favourite characters Aditya (Harshad Chopda) and Zoya (Jennifer Winget). The show had gone missing from BARC India’s top 20 viewership list even though it had opened with good numbers. It will go off-air on November 30, 2018 and while they will be missed, a picture has emerged that shows it will be a happy ending.

The minute fans came to know that it is ending, they were extremely disappointed and #DontEndBepannaah and #ExtendBepannaah started trending on social media. Now a picture of Aditya and Zoya in their new look has gone viral, and it could very well make fans of the show miss the two even more. In the picture, Harshad is seen in a pink suit with a checkered waistcoat, while Jennifer looked chic in a sheer kurta coupled with jeans.

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Before going off-air, the show will be taking a 6 month leap and will show Zoya returning to the Hooda house as Anjana’s (Parineeta Borthakur) nurse. Aditya, who is out of jail has become a ruthless and successful businessman and is devoted to his mom whom he has brought home from a sanatorium. Rumours are that Bepannaah was originally written for 150 episodes, and it has crossed the mark.

Earlier, Jennifer had taken to Instagram to share a heartfelt note bidding goodbye to Bepannaah. She wrote in the caption, “All good things come to an end and so the curtains will soon fall on our beloved, Bepannaah, you can’t help but feel sad together with all fans of the show. The last thing we want is to disappoint you but certain journeys are best short therefore even more meaningful and fulfilling. Bepannaah has left its own special trail and as it gears to close, I stand with gratitude for a stellar star cast.”

Bepannaah narrates the story of Zoya and Aditya who tried to overcome the death of their partners and eventually fall in love with each other. The show is based on the concept of giving love and life a second chance.