Ever since its first episode aired, Zee TV’s fiction show - Teri Meri Ikk Jindri has been successful in entertaining the masses through its unique love story of two starkly different personalities - Mahi (Amandeep Sidhu) and Jogi (Adhvik Mahajan). The duo’s striking chemistry and adorable love story has been immensely loved by the viewers. Moreover, the numerous twists and turns to their tale has also kept the audience hooked to know more, especially after Avneet’s (Aalisha Panwar) entry in Jogi's life. Having thoroughly entertained the viewers for a while now the show is all set to bid adieu to its ardent fans showcasing (please mention a bit about the last scene that will be shown)
Culminating an immensely successful run, the entire cast and crew of the show got together to celebrate their achievements while bidding teary-eyed goodbyes to each other. In fact, Adhvik and Amandeep out of sheer gratification for their characters also went to post a picture of their last scene together.
Overwhelmed with the response towards his character, Adhvik Mahajan who essayed the character of Jogi said, “I am taking away a lot of fond memories from this journey. Jogi as a character has been really close to my heart and during the course of this show I have given my all to ensure he is nothing short of an entertainer. While I will definitely miss Jogi, I am also going to miss the entire cast and crew who have been nothing short of supportive figures. A heartfelt thank you to the team and our audience for all their tremendous love and support. Bidding goodbye to each of you almost feels like I am leaving a family behind."
Gratified with the response towards her character, Amandeep Sidhu who essayed the character of Mahi said, “Every beginning has its own end, and we surely couldn’t have asked for a more memorable one to have. Performing the last scene with Adhvik certainly felt surreal and it really got us extremely emotional considering the journey we have had during this time. Adhvik and many other members of the cast became closer than a family to us and I am surely going to cherish all the good times spent together. More than anything, I am going to miss being Mahi on screen, she has truly been a warm and empowering figure in my life and there is quite a lot that I am taking back from her. I am extremely thankful to all our viewers who have endlessly supported an cheered for us, we wouldn’t have made it this far without them. Cheers to them and here’s hoping for new beginnings.