Emmerdale aired the final scenes of Meena Jutla on ITV, as she was sentenced to at least 75 years in prison – but some fans weren’t interested in the music playing in the episode.
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Emmerdale fans were quite divided over Meena Jutla’s exit scenes, when her sentence was announced Monday night.
Viewers were “disgusted” by an unusual editing change to the episode, while others said it made the footage even better.
Emmerdale doesn’t usually introduce music at the beginning of scenes, but the film includes a classical piece that plays along with Meena’s exit.
Meena sobs and screams as she realizes her fate, and is dragged to the cell where she will spend the rest of her life.
The judge sentenced her to at least 75 years in total, and she was told she would never be allowed out.
Her final scenes show the villain crying as she is finally punished for three of the murders she committed, and justice won for Ben Tucker, Leanna Cavanagh and Andrea Tate .
But fans quickly realized the music was playing through Meena’s screams and as Manpreet left the field, and not everyone was a fan.
Some called it “nasty” and asked why it was included, as others thought it was a great addition.
On Twitter, one fan wrote: “That ending could have been perfect, if it weren’t for the silly music.”
Another agreed: “What’s with all the music it’s so annoying”, as a third said: “Music. Cry :(.”
A fourth viewer wrote: “What the hell is this soundtrack?”
However, others liked the change, with one fan tweeting: “Music is making this happen!”
The second added: “LOVE the music”, the third commented: “wow the ending of that episode was done brilliantly, the music, the slow beat. Absolutely amazing.”
As the sentencing begins, Meena tries to pause the proceedings because she realizes that no one is there to witness.
Following the scenario of her trial last week, loved ones of those killed decided to miss the hearing.
Meena was unimpressed with her lack of audience, but was asked to be silent by the judge as he began his verdict.
Manpreet finally came in silence, and watched as his sister knew of his fate.
Meena watched angrily as the judge told her, “Meena Jutla, you have been found guilty by the jury of the murders of Leanna Cavanagh, Andrea Tate and Ben Tucker.
“Your intention was to kill people and you succeeded. You killed each of them in the most unexpected and terrifying ways. Now we must convict you for those murders.”
He continued: “Leanna Cavanagh, Andrea Tate and Ben Tucker are innocent victims who simply have misfortune in your way. A beloved daughter, a beloved mother and a son. Your beloved son was killed by you for no reason.
“I don’t see you real remorse, you’re a manipulator. You told a lot of lies and blame to try to save your own skin.”
Surprised that she won’t be able to escape her crimes as each sentence is revealed, she suddenly looks scared as she realizes that there is no way out, and everyone has seen through her actions. she.
When she was dragged away, she begged the police to let her go and claimed that the judge had wronged her, before the final scene she sobbed in bed and begged the people in the prison not to forgive her. Miss.
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Emmerdale airs weeknights at 7:30pm on ITV, with an hour-long episode on Thursdays.
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