Reality shows like Bigg Boss, Roadies, Splitsvilla, etc. certainly help competitors expand their careers. Some even make daily soaps, where they make video clips, while many even have the opportunity to try acting in movies. One of them was Aradhana Sharma, who became famous in Sunny Leone and Rannvijay Singha in the reality show with the 12th session of Splitsvilla. His followers rose to a great extent and soon had the opportunity to play the role of a cameo. Television– Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah. Well, in the recent interview with a Portal about the difficulties and criticisms that were opened up to him. Not only that, but he spilled the beans on the casting couch in a horrific incident.
Speaking to TOI, Aradhana revealed that a casting agent had made inappropriate progress on her, that she had put so many scars on her, that she couldn’t tell anyone about it. Recalling the incident, Aradhana said: “An incident happened to me and I can never forget it in my whole life. It happened four or five years ago. I was studying in Pune at the time. Ranchi happened in my town. A person casting in Mumbai was doing modeling work in Pune. I was doing it and so it was a little familiar.
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I went to Ranchi as he got Casting as a role. We were reading the script in a room and he was trying to touch me. I couldn’t guess what was going on. I remember pushing him, opening the door and running away. Some days I couldn’t share it with anyone. It was a love scene that read the script. It was very bad. “
He also began to have reliable problems that made him uncomfortable with his father. He said: “I was 19/20 then. I couldn’t let anyone touch me. I felt really bad. It was a very bad experience for me. My mother and I wanted to deal with it but then our family members stopped.”
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He also shared another horrific incident and said, “We sent our portfolios to the issuing agencies and one of them was looking for a ‘beautiful and nice leader.’ you’re not pretty “. Those were his words. He told me that I wasn’t “nice and pretty” to fit in and give me roles that would suit me.
Because of my body, they even called me a “man”. I’m fit and I also learned martial arts. So people would say I’m ‘mardaana’. Besides, I’m very embarrassed about my body. “