Emmerdale's Meena Jutla has fans 'on edge of seats' as she claims more victims

Meena Jutla came back to Emmerdale with a vengeance and has left victims in her wake.

The serial killer, played by Paige Sandhu, made sure that Dawn Taylor (Olivia Bromley) and Billy Fletcher’s (Jay Kontzle) wedding day didn’t go without a hitch as she held them at gun point in shocking scenes.

Clearly having fun with her victims, she boasted about having four bullets in her gun before letting the lovebirds decide which one of them would be her next victim. 

When Billy bravely chose to save his bride and put his own life on the line, he didn’t bank on Leyla Cavanagh (Roxy Shahidi) innocently driving into the standoff.

Chillingly, Meena raised her weapon and fired three times into the car, with the horn blaring as Leyla appeared to succumb to her injuries.

With one bullet left, she took her anger out on Dawn, who later seized her chance to attack the villain and get them all to safety.

However, Meena had another twisted card up her sleeve, and said through cackles: ‘It wouldn’t just be me that dies today. I die and you never see your son again.’

Just before the credits rolled, the cameras panned to Harriet Finch (Katherine Dow Blyton) lying on the floor of her trashed house, with Lucas nowhere to be seen.

Could Meena have another five Dales residents to add to her growing list of victims?

Viewers watching on from home were on the edge of their seats over the dramatic scenes, and flocked to Twitter to praise the episode.

‘That was a twist I didn’t see coming at the end of the episode, Meena has either killed or injured Harriet and kidnapped Dawn’s boy, is he alive? #Emmerdale,’ a worried fan commented.

There is set to be more drama as Jay and Olivia previously teased what else is to come from their doomed wedding, as well as Meena’s rampage.

‘It’s all come to a great climax, a great ending to something that’s panned out over a long period of time’, Jay told Metro.co.uk in a joint interview.

‘We’ve watched the character of Meena get built up and how powerful that can be. 

‘You often get the male stereotypical serial killer, but the way she’s delivered it has been spot on and the way it’s been written has been amazing. It’s been a job well done, really. 

‘This ending is going to come over really well on screen. I’m really happy to be involved in it and I can’t wait for the audience to see it.’

‘It’s so high drama and physical. It’s bonkers,’ Olivia added.

‘As an actor I’ve been excited to be involved in it and I’m looking forward to seeing it play out because it’s just hugely high stakes.’

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