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Monika Bhadoriya on opening up about working atmosphere in TMKOC: I wanted to share the truth
With an aim to let her fans know what happens behind the scenes, actress Monika Bhadoriya took the brave step of opening up about her days with Tarak Mehta Ka Oolata Chashma. While the show thrives on being one of the funniest on air, what goes on, on the sets, of the show is not that humorous.
In an earlier interview, Monika spoke about how it was a torture for her to be on the sets. Talking about her decision to open up, she says, “I just wanted to be open about my experience and what I had felt throughout. I just wanted to share this with my fans and media. There is no revenge or avenge in this. But yes, I wanted to bring out all the wrong things that they had done with me,” she says.
Meanwhile, the actress adds that the show was her first. “I have done Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon Star Plus, I was playing a negative character here. The show went off air in 2013, after this I was offered Taarak Mehta ka Ooltah Chashmah. I played the role of Bavri and this show definitely changed my life, so it is a big show for me,” she says.
Talking about her dream role, she says, “As an actor, I want to work in all platforms and genres. I haven’t done so much work that I can be choosy in the industry. So, whatever I will get, I am sure, it will be challenging and I will enjoy doing it. I want to do web series and OTT also. Our social media and digitisation have taken over and short format has taken over long format shows. Now, looks don’t matter that much, especially in realistic cinema. I am looking for purely performance-based roles.”