Anupamaa starring Rupali Ganguly, Sudhanshu Pandey, Madalsa Sharma and Gaurav Khanna is one of the most loved TV shows. The show has been topping the TRP charts continuously for months. Since Gaurav's entry in the show, Anupamaa is getting interesting day by day. The growing closeness between Anupamaa and Anuj Kapadia has left fans rooting for them. However, Sudhanshu Pandey's character (Vanraj) is receiving a lot of hate online.
Before Anupamaa and Vanraj's divorce happened, fans prayed for the couple to get back together. However, much to fans' surprise, Vanraj and Anupamaa went their separate ways and he got married to Kavya. Actor Apurva Agnihotri had entered the show in an attempt to bring interesting twists in Anupamaa and Vanraj's life, but it didn't impress much.
Given the current plot, fans are so much in love with Anupamaa and Anuj that if anyone comes in between them, they are bound to face the wrath of netizens. Fans are not liking Vanraj's behaviour towards Anupamaa. Fans believe since Anuj's entry in Anupamaa's life, Vanraj has been interfering in her life, including setting rules for her and taunting her. Sudhanshu's character is constantly getting trolled and to ease the negativity around his character, makers are planning for a twist.
According to a report in BollywoodLife, "In the coming episodes, Vanraj will accept, admit and open up about his feelings for Anupamaa. While he has always maintained that he never loved her, he will himself realise his true feelings for her. This will also make him tone down a little in his attitude and arrogance towards his ex-wife." ALSO READ:Sudhanshu Pandey On His Character In Anupamaa, Says ‘Vanraj Is Not Very Easy To Play Or Maintain’
The report further added that Anupamaa and Vanraj are on different paths, that's why Sudhanshu's character will be tweaked in a way that the fans will know what he feels. By doing so, Sudhanshu's character will become likeable.
Apart from Rupali Ganguly, Sudhanshu Pandey, Madalsa Sharma, and Gaurav Khanna, Anupamaa also Alpana Buch, Paras Kalnawat, Muskan Bamne, Nidhi Shah, Tassnim Sheikh, Shekhar Shukla, Anagha Bhosale, and Aashish Mehrotra.