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Jennifer Mistry Bansiwal, the popular television actress has been dominating all the headlines lately, soon after she accused producer, Asit Modi of sexual harassment. For the unversed, the actress became a household name with her stellar performance in the role of 'Mrs Roshan Singh Sodhi' in the hit sitcom, Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah. The actress has been making some startling revelations about the sitcom for the last few days. And the same happened again when Jennifer Mistry Bansiwal appeared in an interview with Siddharth Kannan.
In a recent interview with Siddharth Kannan, Jennifer Mistry Bansiwal talked about Asit Modi's favourite actors from TMKOC, with whom he used to stay quite adorably. The actress said, '3-4 aise log unke favourite hain jinke sath wo bade pyaar pyaar se rehte the'. When Siddharth then asked who these actors were, Jennifer Mistry Bansiwal replied, 'jo log zyada dikhte hain TV pe wo log'. When the host asked the actress to reveal the names, the actress shared that some professionals have been being treated well, such as Shailesh Lodha and Dilip Joshi. The actress revealed:
"So the thing is some people are very professional from the beginning, so they have been being treated like that. Like Shailesh ji thee, wo humesa si he professional the, and unhone humesa se hi ek distance maintain kiye the hum sab se, matlab wo Tarka Mehta me aane se pehle hi he was a known face he was a know name. To unka aisa tha. Dilip ji hain. He was a known name offcourse. Unke karan hi to Tarak Mehta chalta hain. Aur 2-3 jan hain jo with time because of their acting skills and of course diplomacy, jo mein zindegi me nehi sikh paungi...and wo sab ko idhar odhar karke sabko pataneka tarika wo very difficult. To ye sab karke unhone apna ek base bana liya hain."
Further in the interview, Jennifer Mistry Bansiwal revealed that a few more actors were there who were the producer's favourites. Spilling the beans about the same, the actress shared that a few others used their diplomacy to make a base on the popular sitcom. Jennifer Mistry Bansiwal then revealed the names of such actors as Amit Bhatt, who plays the role of 'Champaklal Jayantilal Gada' at TMKOC, Shyam Pathak, who was a famous face and used to play the role of 'Patrakaar Popatlal', presently plays 'Patrakaar Pyare Lal' on the same show, and Mandar Chandwadkar, who plays the role of 'Aatmaram Tukaram Bhide' in the show.
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Earlier in an interview with Pinkvilla, Jennifer Mistry Bansiwal recalled how the team of TMKOC mentally harassed her. Jennifer shared that during the time, her brother was on a ventilator, so she asked the Operations Head, Sohail Romani, for two days leave, which the latter declined. Jennifer broke down in the interview about the hard days when her brother died. Elaborating on the same, the actress shared that Asit was very nice to her during that time and didn't deduct her payment as she could not work immediately after her brother's demise. However, it was Sohail who constantly taunted the actress for the same. Jennifer shared that:
"Iske liye mereko bohot sunaya Sohail ne. He used to constantly say, 'Iska bhai mara hai, uska paise humne diya hai'."
In an interview with Pinkvilla, Jennifer Mistry Bansiwal made a shocking revelation about producer, Asit Modi. The actress shared that the producer invited her to his room for whiskey during their stay in Singapore. Jennifer revealed:
"Tumhari room partner toh chali jaati hai, tum mere room mein aa jaya karo, whiskey peete hain. Tumhare honth bahut sundar lag rahe hain, pakadkar kiss kar loon. Tum akele room mein kya karti ho? Mere room mein aa jao. "
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Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah has been hitting the headlines ever since Jennifer Mistry Bansiwal accused Asit Modi of sexual harassment. For a long time, the actress has been making some startling revelations about the show. Not only Jennifer, Monika Bhadoriya too made some shocking claims against the show andRead More