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Emmerdale’s Meena sentence could go either way as killer vows to go free

Emmerdale’s Meena Jutla Will Show Her Life Next Week on ITV Soap and She Could Make the Jury of the Trial Believe She’s Innocent

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Emmerdale actress Paige Sandhu has revealed viewers will be in the dark where the murder verdict of Meena Jutla is concerned, amid the chaos that ensues.

The character is expected to finally face justice next week, when she’s charged with a huge list of crimes.

She recently pleaded not guilty in the murders of Leanna Cavanagh, Ben Tucker, Nadine and Andrea Tate, leaving their loved ones subjected to the torture of a lurking trial.

But since she is ultimately forced to face her murders and other crimes, she will remain convinced that she can be free and convince the jury that she is innocent – with the law Her defense tries to paint her as the victim.







Emmerdale actress Paige Sandhu has revealed viewers will be in the dark where the Meena Jutla killer’s trial sentence is concerned
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Now, actress Paige has teased this could actually happen – while hinting that there’s a “proper” ending for her villain.

Speaking to The Mirror and other press, she revealed that viewers won’t know which way things will turn out until after the scene airs, as the jury will be broken by what they see. see – so the verdict could really go either way.

Paige explained: “Meena really smashed it, she gave the performance of a life. Even in defense she blew it out of the park. She collapsed in tears, she was so convincing. There is no sign of the mask slipping.







Paige also remained calm about how Meena left the show and what the court’s verdict was
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“Then with prosecution, he’s going to go for her, but for her, she copes with his attacks better than anyone else. I think her, in my mind. her, swayed the jury and removed the prosecution. I think she did a really good performance.”

Paige continued: “The things she said were very offensive… she did it so convincingly, you can see Liam, Leyla, Manpreet and Charles are upset about this. They wouldn’t be upset if it was. That doesn’t sound very believable. And yes.

“I think the way the trial went and the way it played out, the way we had the right to prosecute and defend, both of them are excellent actors. I think the audience will be left standing still because they don’t know what’s going on. will happen, how will it happen.

“I think there are points where you can see the judges trusting people like Manpreet and Liam, but I think on the other hand, you have points where people trust Meena.”

That said, Paige also confessed Meena had to leave the show one way or another, no matter what happens in court.

She explained, “I always thought that Meena’s storyline would have to come to an end at some point, because you can’t let a bad villain like Meena continue.

“There won’t be anyone left in the village, so her storyline will have to end at some point.”






Emmerdale’s Meena Jutla will show her life next week on ITV soap

Paige also appeared calm about how Meena left the show and what the court’s verdict was, but suggested prison would be a “proper” ending despite wanting her to be killed by Manpreet Sharma.

When asked if she thought prison would be a good ending, if she was brought down, she said: “Yes, I really do.”

She added of the moment she found the real conclusion: “But when I found out about the plot they wrote, I was like, ‘Oh, this is actually way better than I could have imagined’. .”

Any theories or thoughts on the plot? Let us know in the comments section below.

Emmerdale airs weeknights at 7:30pm on ITV, with an hour-long episode on Thursdays.

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