ITV Emmerdale Meena Jutla's new look leaves fans taken aback

By Ryan Paton

Emmerdale fans were taken aback on tonight's show as Meena Jutla debuted a new look.

The long-running soap's resident villain has been causing havoc in the Yorkshire village since she killed Leanna Cavanagh last summer.

She has since claimed the lives of Andrea Tate and Ben Tucker - and also murdered her friend Nadine before she moved to the Yorkshire Dales.

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Viewers think she will soon get her comeuppance on the show as her web of lies continued to unravel on Monday's edition.

Her sister Manpreet Sharma and Vinny Dingle now know the extent of her murderous ways. - and Liam Cavanagh is beginning to get suspicious after he discovered she is lying about her miscarriage.

However, the character played by Paige Sandhu continues her attempts to evade justice as she kept Manpreet and Vinny hostage in a barn on the latest edition.

Meena showed off a new look when she stole Vinny's glasses as she taunted him during the hostage scenes at the start of the episode.

Meena stole Vinny's glasses on tonight's episode of Emmerdale (ITV)

Fans following the show on Twitter erupted in hysterics at Meena's glasses transformation.

Ruby said: "obsessed with meena stealing vinny’s glasses whilst torturing him... a comedic queen"

@delucaevans added: "not meena putting on vinny's glasses i can't breathe"

Dion posted: "Meena with his glasses on"

Sal tweeted: "Meena wearing Vinny’s glasses. It’s the small touches with her that send me completely"

Emmerdale airs weekdays at 7pm on ITV and ITV Hub with an additional episode at 8pm on Thursdays

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