Emmerdale star Samantha Giles says 'it’s time' for Meena Jutla storyline to end

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Emmerdale's Samantha Giles says 'it's time' for the soap's Meena Jutla serial killer storyline to end credit:Bang Showbiz
Emmerdale's Samantha Giles says 'it's time' for the soap's Meena Jutla serial killer storyline to end credit:Bang Showbiz

‘Emmerdale’ star Samantha Giles believes “it’s time” for the soap's Meena Jutla serial killer storyline to finish.

The 50-year old actress, who plays Bernice Blackstock in the ITV show, has addressed the ongoing storyline, which has seen Meena (Paige Sandhu) go on a reign of terror in the village.

Speaking on the ‘Wonderbirds’ YouTube show, Samantha said: "That's about to come to a head ... I think it is. I'm in the show and I don't really ever watch it, which is awful.

"You know what it's like, it's that time when you're either putting the kids to bed or you're getting dinner or whatever, but I know that it's very close to coming to a head.

"I think it's probably timely – lots of people have said that they've enjoyed it, but you know, come on, it's time for it to end."

Paige previously admitted Meena was not afraid to die.

She said: "I don't think that she is. Meena is so confident and arrogant that she believes no one would ever be able to get the better of her. Psychopaths are incapable of feeling fear.

"It would be more exciting than anything else – there's a line in Peter Pan I always think about where he says: 'I think to die would be an awfully great adventure.' I think Meena would feel the same thing, it would be an inappropriate reaction to death."

And the 25-year-old star recently confirmed she is leaving the soap, and teased a dramatic end for her character.

She said: ”This is the beginning of the end for Meena but there's more drama to come!”

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