Neha Pendse reveals why she refused to play Anita Bhabhi in Bhabhi Ji Ghar Par Hai

Neha Pendse reveals why she refused to play Anita Bhabhi in Bhabhi Ji Ghar Par Hai

Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hai, Saumya Tandon, Nehha Pendse, Nehha Pendse replaced Saumya Tandon

Neha plays Sanjana in 'May I Come In Madam?' to take on another role in Indian television as Anita Bhabhi in the popular drama ‘Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hai!’, actress Neha Pendse is set to delight the audience with her new avatar.

Neha has replaced Saumya Tandon

And ever since the news broke that Neha has replaced Saumya Tandon as the beautiful and modern Anita Vibhuti Narayan Mishra in the media, the former Bigg Boss 12 star has been making headlines.

So, to find out how Neha is ready to step into Saumya’s shoes and write about the historic role played by these more than five years before quitting in August 2020, and when he felt the same pressure, we spoke to Neha in a special interview.

Neha Pendse reveals why she refused to play Anita

Asked how she was doing this wonderful role that came to her at a time when thousands were struggling to find work in the midst of the epidemic, Neha told DNA, "Very few people get a chance like this when they move from one great job to another. I feel blessed because so many people don't get jobs. So, at a time like that when you get an opportunity like your empathy as an artist, I think one should really be blessed in times like that but, I have to say, I also feel the pressure of it all. "

Commenting on the pressure of playing the role, Neha said, "For the most part it also comes with a lot of responsibility and I have two ways to say it. First, it's a photo show and secondly, Saumya was a celebrity actor to give the character the kind of length he has achieved so, double the pressure but I think I'm ready to take care of this pressure and bring what is expected of me. Later, only time will tell whether I really brought it or not. "

"I believe in this genre. I prefer quality jokes as a taste for comedy. I don't choose stick jokes when you use your body, there are big faces and high conversations. agreed to the game.

"You can't see the actors jumping up and down, making the most difficult times and trying to make a caricaturist comedy. So, that's what worked for me," she added.

Neha went on to say, "If you see Anita Bhabhi as a person, she is a very controlling, opinionated, well-groomed, educated and respectable woman. So, I think all these qualities I can relate to and I find it easier (to play this role) if you can getting along with the character and the way she was shaped, "said Neha.

Towards the end of his contact with DNA, Neha revealed that at first she was not well regarded for the role and refused to take it out of fear of the epidemic when asked if she wanted to do it. However, she added that things turned out differently after a few months and that he eventually took on the role.

"Yes, it was very scary about the epidemic. And it is true that I was not well thought out, I was asked if I would like to do something like that and I quickly ignored the issue saying 'in the middle of the epidemic, there is a lot of unknown fear, I don't think I want to think about working at all.'" Neha told DNA.

“However, after a few months, we were better off with the epidemic and luckily they never threw anyone and things just happened in the right place,” Neha said.

Asked if she is all prepared to work not he sets now, Neha said, " I won't deny...there is still a little scare. But, at least we know that medically we are equipped to handle things in case something goes wrong." 

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