A lot of shows were pulled off-air when the lockdown first came into place and one such show also happened to be Jennifer Winget and Shivin Narang's Beyhadh 2. There were reports about the makers planning to move the show on the web, however, it did not happen. Reports have it that Jennifer wasn't keen on doing so, and recently, actor Paras Madaan, who was also a part of the show, spoke about the same to The Times of India.
Paras also spoke about the show going off-air and added how it did not do very well probably due to the constant twists and turns and also, the killing of main characters. He mentioned how the story changed a lot and though there was high viewership, it wasn't on TV, but on the web. He also went on to mention how the show could have done well on the web but when Jennifer Winget refused for that to happen, it wasn't going to work on TV. However, he also expressed gratitude for being paid on time despite the crisis situation.
He also spoke about what he feels regarding the sense of hesitation among actors to move to the web from TV, and added how he is someone who is in favour of it, and also reiterated how the show would have done wonders on the web if the move wasn't objected to.