Sacred Games Actress Surveen Chawla Won't Work In Television Ever Again, Says 'TV Is Out For Me'

Say what! Surveen Chawla won’t be ever seen in television show again? At least that’s what her latest statement suggests

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Sacred Games Actress Surveen Chawla Won't Work In Television Ever Again, Says 'TV Is Out For Me'
At present, Surveen Chawla is raving praises for her badass portrayal of Jojo in one of the most popular web series, Sacred Games 2. But before stepping into the world OTT platform like Netflix, Surveen Chawla has also starred in several daily soap operas like Kasautii Zindagi Kay and Kahiin Toh Hoga among others. However, it looks like the yummy mummy is done with Television shows… at least, her latest statement suggests so. Well, for all you Surveen Chawla fans out there, here’s some bad news. It looks like the actor won’t be working on television ever again.

In a conversation with DNA, Surveen Chawla stated how Television shows are not really keen on experimenting with their content and which is why she won’t consider doing it in the near future. “Television shows in our country are still not experimenting much, so that’s out of the list for me. It’s not satisfying at all. As far as films go, today content is changing and there’s a lot of experimentation that’s going on with new age writers and filmmakers. So, everybody’s focusing on content for a change which is great,” said Surveen Chawla.

Surveen Chawla received a lot of praises over her portrayal of Jojo in Sacred Games 2. Upon being asked about the character, the Parched actress revealed how doing all the phone call scenes with Nawazuddin Siddiqui was a little difficult, however, she nailed it.  “Doing scenes over the phone was difficult, but I think the volatility of the equation between Jojo and Gaitonde is the most interesting part about them,” revealed the actor.
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