Sayantani Ghosh slams Radhika Madan’s feedback about TV business: ‘We even have Mouni Roy. She has grace’


Actor Sayantani Ghosh in a brand new interview opened up about her response to Radhika Madan’s touch upon the tv business. The Naagin actor lately criticised Radhika who shared her expertise working within the TV business. Addressing it, Sayantani mentioned she was ‘hurt and disappointed’ with how Radhika talked in regards to the business the place she started her profession. Additionally learn: Sayantani Ghosh remembers a lady’s impolite query about her physique when she was a teen

All of it started when Radhika Madan, throughout an interview, recalled working 48-50 hours a shift. She mentioned each time she requested for the script, she was instructed, “aap set pe chalo, script garma garam aa rahi hai (You just reach the sets, script will be freshly printed)”. She additionally mentioned administrators used to make adjustments as soon as the set was confirmed, and whosoever director was free, would come to shoot. She additionally mentioned that each time she had something to say about her character, Radhika was instructed by the director that they’d give it some thought once they make a movie, and never a TV serial.

Reacting to Radhika’s phrases, Sayantani strongly criticised Radhika on Instagram. Speaking about the entire incident, the actor instructed Siddharth Kannan, “Let me just say I am a huge admirer of her acting prowess. I didn’t see her full interview, but I was a little hurt and disappointed and what I felt upon seeing that I posted underneath her video. Let me tell you, TV feeds hundreds and hundreds of women, and gives them employment, and biggest of movie stars also choose TV to come and promote their films. So I didn’t like that approach.”

“We also have Mouni Roy, she is a dear friend of mine, and in the interviews I have listened, there is a certain grace that she began her career from TV, that I didn’t find in Radhika’s clip. She and many others look down upon TV, you shouldn’t do that, I feel. My problem is don’t treat TV as a stepping stone,” she added.

Earlier, Sayantani had commented on Radhika’s interview clip, “Very happy for you @radhikamadan and an ardent admirer of you! I remember your last show and u were really good in it And if I remember correctly, it was a TV show. Indeed a great start to a promising career!! Just found this thought process a bit sorry! Putting down the world of tv is indeed sad! Everything in life has its way of functioning, has challenges/shortcomings and strengths! The world of tv too has its challenges, but let’s not forget it gives employment to many and reaches millions of homes .. such immense is its reach that one has to choose this medium to promote his/her film.”

She additionally added to her Instagram Tales, “So sad to see the world of TV been put down like this! The actor here started a promising career from a TV show! The one interviewing laughing in the background. Such a SHAME! Let’s not forget TV reaches millions of homes! Gives employment to many! FYI most films get promoted across TV shows. In life everything has challenges n strengths! You don’t wanna do Tv- ur call! But kindly don’t belittle a fraternity which deserves respect #proudTVMember.”

Radhika began her appearing profession with TV present, Meri Aashiqui Tum Se Hello. Later she made her movie debut in Vishal Bhardwaj’s comedy Pataakha and went on to seem in movies like Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota, Angrezi Medium, and Shiddat. Radhika’s final launch was Kuttey, alongside Tabu and Arjun Kapoor.

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