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Shubhangi Atre by Bhabiji Ghar Par Hain recalls being said to be “ married women ”

Shubhangi Atre: I have been told that married women are not heroines (Photo credit – Instagram)

Popular as Angoori Bhabhi on the sitcom “Bhabiji Ghar By Hain”, actress Shubhangi Atre says she has often had to fight the prejudices that exist in the industry against married women.

She says that despite these stereotypes, she continued to work hard and finally made her dreams come true.

“I remember getting married very young. I was very happy to move to Mumbai and felt I could make my dreams come true. But once I moved here, I was told that married women are not considered heroin. But I kept doing my best and today I am blessed. My husband and my family have been very supportive of me during this time, ”says Shubhangi Atre.

Shubhangi Atre always wanted to be an actress. “I have been totally filmed since my childhood. And I’ll stay the same until my last breath. I was very sure that I wanted to be an actress, from a young age. I remember my family, neighbors and friends calling me a heroine. And I blushed a lot. I used to watch three to four movies every time I had a vacation. And I regularly watch TV shows, ”she says.

Shubhangi Atre is also known for appearing on popular shows such as “Kasturi”, “Do Hanson Ka Jodaa” and “Chidiya Ghar”.

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