Ishqbaaz Upcoming Twist: Anika's Mission Innocence for Her Father
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Ishqbaaz upcoming twist: Anika, a single independent soul finally gets a surname Trivedi. She is now Anika Vardhan Trivedi from only Anika. Shivaay introduces her to the reality of being Trivedi, but this indeed is half the truth. Anika feels happy for the riddle of her parents getting resolved. Amidst the happy moments comes a disaster when Roop plays her cards. She poisons Anika's ears against Oberoi family. Anika gets shocked over what Roop unveils. Initially she doesn't believe this, but Shivaay's silence over the truth clears her doubts.
As an orphan, the lead female has lived a painful and taunting past without a surname. And finally getting 'Trivedi' to her initial means a lot to her. But before she can rejoice the moment of being tagged as Trivedi, Roop comes with her evil game aiming to create differences between Shivaay and Anika.
Later as the track progresses, Anika finds a bitter truth connecting her father Mr. Harshvardhan Trivedi and Oberois with a conspiratorial past. As plotted by Roop, Anika learns that Oberois trapped her father in a fake case associating Kalyani mills tragedy.
Anika's mission innocence for her father
Roop instigates Anika against Oberois and succeeds too. Adding more to Anika's shock, Roop tells that Shivaay has intentionally hidden this big truth from her. Anika gets broken hearing this from Roop and confronts Shivaay over the same. Being himself unknown to the whole reality, Shivaay fails to justify his side. Shivaay's silence gets enough to shatter Anika. Anika gets into action and decides to prove her father's innocence.
Will the developments create rift between Shivaay and Anika? Will Anika's mission innocence for her father get successful? Or will Roop not let her succeed? This would be interesting to see in the tale to come. Keep reading the space for Star Plus Ishqbaaz upcoming twist, latest news, future story, written updates and more.
Will Anika prove her father's innocence in Kalyani mills tragedy?