The entertainment industry is a place of which half the country wants to be a part of. While some really struggle to do a small scene, for some destiny shows them the path to success in this field. Deepshika Nagpal, who has been in the industry for 25 years now and is currently seen in Dangal TV’s ‘Ranju Ki Betiyaan’ says her whole family has been a part of the industry and she didn’t want to be here. But God had some different plans for her.
Talking about how she stepped her foot here, Deepshika says, “I am from the fourth generation of a film family. My maternal grandfather, Harjeevan Das, was from the time of silent movies. My maternal uncle was a cameraman. My mother was an actress and producer, my daddy was an actor and director, so I never wanted to act, because I felt like this is a profession where no one lives in the house. But it seems like God had different plans for me and I have no complaints.” ALSO READ: Main Bhi Ardhangini Hits Century; Deepshikha Nagpal Turns Santa Claus To Celebrate 100 Episodes Run
When asked if her next generation will also be a part of the entertainment industry, she said, “Of course, if my daughter Vidhika wants, she will definitely work in films. She is 20 and is doing a filmmaking course. She has been signed by a modeling agency. If she does enter this profession, then it will be our family's fifth generation. By the way, whatever my children want to do in their life, I will support them fully.” ALSO READ: Deepshikha Nagpal Does A Parveen Babi From Amar Akbar Anthony
Talking about Deepshika's show Ranju Ki Betiyaan, it is a heart touching story of a single mother Ranju and her struggles of raising 4 daughters in a patriarchal society. It delves into the various societal issues faced by single mothers, and witnesses Ranju empowering herself to raise her four daughters single-handedly to help them achieve their dreams.
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