Sangita Ghosh REACTS To Getting TROLLED Over Swaran Ghar’s Illogical Viral Dupatta Scene: ‘We Do Make Mistakes In life And Shows’

Sangita Ghosh releases a statement addressing the criticism over Swaran Ghar’s viral dupatta scene

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Sangita Ghosh REACTS To Getting TROLLED Over Swaran Ghar’s Illogical Viral Dupatta Scene: ‘We Do Make Mistakes In life And Shows’
Sangita Ghosh starrer daily soap ‘Swaran Ghar’ recently received huge flak on social media because of its one of the scenes. For the unversed, netizens brutally trolled a scene where Swarna (Sangita)’s dupatta was seen getting stuck in between the pedestal fan in motion after she got pulled with force. Just then, Ajit came to her rescue and saved Swarna’s life by biting the dupatta. This scene had left netizens quite baffled and they questioned the logic behind it. Now, Sangita has reacted to the strong criticism over the scene. 

The actress took to her Instagram handle and released a statement where she said she takes 'everything with a pinch of salt'. Sangita also mentioned that we all do make mistakes in 'life and in shows'. She admitted that the intention and the execution did not come out the way it was planned by the team.

Her statement read, “I take everything with a pinch of salt and did the same with this video also. I think when your audience gives you so much love and appreciation, they also have the right to criticise. I told everyone on the set that at least hum viral hogaye (laughs). We do make mistakes in life and shows. One has to move on eventually. The intention and the execution did not come out the way it was planned. The team has already realised where they went wrong. And as actors, we do not have the last word but I think everyone will be careful next time.” ALSO READ: Kamya Panjabi SLAMS Swaran Ghar’s VIRAL Logic Defying Scene, Actress Says, ‘This Is Why TV Content Is Looked Down Upon


Not just that, Sangita Ghosh also lashed out at actress Kamya Punjabi after she took a dig at the scene saying this is why despite having some brilliant actors TV content is looked down upon. Hitting back at her, Ghosh said, “What a shame the person who works in the industry himself is saying such a thing. The one who works for TV, considers TV less than OTT and films, what should I say?.”





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