5 Times Ninne Pelladatha’s Anusha Hegde Was A Joy To Watch

Sneha Bale

April 29, 2019


1 min

1. Her Excitement To Meet Her Bava

She plays the role of Mansi in popular show Ninne Pelladatha alongside Prathap Singh Shah and Bhoomi Shetty. While the storyline of the show revolves around their love triangle, Mansi seems to have been sidelined over time. However, she has managed to grab our undivided attention multiple times. We list down some of them.

When Mansi first decides to share her feelings with Madhu, her bava, she cannot contain her excitement. But her smile manages to tell us how she feels.

2. Coming To Terms With Reality

Before walking down the aisle with the man of her dreams, Mansi has to confront the truth that her love was always one-sided, since Madhu was madly in love with Mrudula who reciprocated his feelings. Mansi is shattered when she learns about the truth. But she still puts on a brave face.

3. Calming The Raging Storm

When they find out about Mrudula’s secret wedding to Madhu, the entire family freaks out. They refuse to give any respect to Mrudula as Madhu’s wife and as the daughter-in-law. A few of the family members try to persuade Mansi in doing things that would hurt Mrudula or cause damage to her relationship. But like a mature person, Mansi calms the storm raging within her.

4. Accepting The Situation

Mansi can clearly be called a go-getter. That’s what her plans for Madhu were, too. But instead of trying to win her lost love back, Mansi lets the situation pass. Her inner struggle is for real but she wouldn’t let the damage affect someone else.

5. Making Peace Her Own Way

Heartbreaks affect people in different ways. While some cry for hours, yet others tend to do something extremely dramatic or dangerous. Not Mansi! She calms her inner demons and finally makes peace with everything. That doesn’t stop her from taking a dig at Mrudula every once in a while though.

What’s done is done. But you can catch up on what is yet to come in Ninne Pelladatha on ZEE5. You can now watch the show before TV, anywhere and anytime.

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