'Bhabhi Ji Ghar Par hain' fame Saumya Tandon talks about Nepotism

Saumya Tandon who is famous for her 'Gori Mam' role in 'Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hain' talks about nepotism in industry. There were buzz about her entry in 'Bigg Boss'.

Yogita S.
Published on: 25 Aug 2020 10:48 AM GMT
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Saumya Tandon who is famous for her 'Gori Mam' role in 'Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hain' talks about nepotism in industry. There were buzz about her entry in 'Bigg Boss'. Actress Saumya Tandon has said goodbye to TV's famous serial 'Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hain' after five years.

Saumya has made a house-to-house identity with the show's character Anita Bhabhi. Recently, Soumya has openly talked about the experience and nepotism associated with the show in an interview. Saumya said that it is necessary to give space to the outsiders and they also get a chance to make space.

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Saumya shares her experience in Industry:

Speaking on the Insider vs Outsider debate released on social media from the past, Saumya Tandon told, 'I agree that it is difficult to get a break in Indian cinema. It used to be very difficult. However, these days it is getting easier with new directors coming in and experimenting with content.

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Saumya further said, 'A lot of films are now based on the story. Yes, it is difficult to get a break in one of the most competitive industries. I accept it. I think you need a lot of patience, determination and luck to get into the realm of cinema.

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Bhabhi ji Ghar Par Hain actress on Nepotism:

'As far as the nepotism is concerned, I feel that nepotism is a part of every industry. A successful father wants to see his daughter or daughter also becoming part of this industry. But it is necessary to allow outsiders to enter the industry and make a competition, otherwise the level of cinema will not go up. The public also needs to appreciate the good work, otherwise we will not appear in the world map of cinema. ' Saumya said.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

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