Emmerdale’s Paige Sandhu teases killer Meena’s ‘enjoyable’ comeuppance

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Emmerdale killer Meena Jutla could get her just deserts soon as actress Paige Sandhu has teased her ‘enjoyable’ comeuppance. 

Viewers have watched the Dales villain continue to expose her evil side this week as her jealousy over Victoria Barton (Isabel Hodgins) and David Metcalfe (Matthew Wolfenden) grows.

Could she be about to murder Vic to get what she wants? It’s possible as Paige is convinced her on-screen alter ego would do anything to get her way – even if it means killing little Theo. 

Speaking on ITV’s Lorraine on Tuesday, she said: ‘She’s a psychopath, she will get rid of them and if Theo is doing that then that would happen.’ 

When asked if her actions will catch up to her, Paige replied: ‘I hope that she gets her comeuppance because I think that would be enjoyable for the audience and there needs to be a sense of closure because she’s got away with so much and will continue to for a while.

‘Before that happens, I just really want her to step up to the next level, whatever that may be.’ 


In recent scenes, Meena was seen arriving for a steamy afternoon with David but was annoyed to find him babysitting.

Realising she needed to play her cards cleverly, Meena phoned David and offered to look after Theo, but her anger grew when she realised David rejected her call to talk to Vic.

Overtaken with jealousy and anger, Meena saw her chance when Theo was left alone and crept into the house. When Victoria returned, she realised the baby gate and back door were both wide open, and Theo was nowhere to be seen.

Lorraine returns tomorrow at 9am, while Emmerdale airs weeknights on ITV.

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