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Balika Vadhu Star Shashank Vyas Pens A Heartfelt Poem About The Pain Of Migrant Labourers

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Balika Vadhu Star Shashank Vyas Pens A Heartfelt Poem About The Pain Of Migrant Labourers

“Balika Vadhu” star Shashank Vyas has written a poem on the plight of migrant labourers.

Shashank Vyas shared the poem titled “Bas chal raha hai” on Instagram.

The video features images of the migrant labourers with a voiceover by the actor.

Talking about his emotion behind the poem, Shashank Vyas said: “I felt for them. In my AC room having all the luxuries around, I was thinking in the same house, in one room, one has all the luxuries, but in the another room, one has nothing, not even food or water. Looking at the labourers like that, I was in pain. India is our home, we all are part of a big family and we just left that one big sector on the road to walk.”

“I am questioning humanity. I saw pictures of a son carrying his mom, pregnant women, kids. How can we all just sit at home do nothing about it? I was feeling so helpless that I penned down my feelings. The basic question is ‘Why they are on roads?’, and even after coming on roads why no transportation has been provided to them. What will those kids learn from this? Lack of humanity. I feel those labourers should be taken under confidence by telling them they don’t need to panic, secondly, basic groceries should be provided to them,” Shashank Vyas added.

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Aarya: Sushmita Sen’s Fans Are Impressed With The Look Of Her Upcoming Hotstar Series

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Aarya: Sushmita Sen’s Fans Are Impressed With The Look Of Her Upcoming Hotstar Series

Sushmita Sen is set to make her acting comeback, and she has shared the first glimpse of her fierce avatar in the upcoming web series “Aarya“.

The actress, who was last seen in the 2015 Bengali film “Nirbaak”, shared the look on social media. Sharing a short video on Instagram, Sushmita Sen wrote, “Aapne bulaaya aur hum chale aaye!!”

“Now it’s your turn to tell me, what you think #Aarya is about? Tell me in the comments below and the lucky one who comes closest to guessing it right…goes live with me here on Instagram very very soon,” Sushmita Sen added while asking fans to guess the premise of the show.

In the video, Sushmita Sen can be seen practicing aerial workout. Towards the end, the audience gets a glimpse of her fierce look.

“To turn her world upside down. New home, new ropes! #aarya #firstlook,” Sushmita Sen added.

The actress also revealed that the trailer of the show will be out on June 5.

“Life can sometimes fall to pieces, before the pieces can fall into place’ #aarya #trailer release on 5th June 2020,” she said.

Aarya is directed by “Neerja” maker Ram Madhvani. Other details about the show are currently under wraps.

It is being reported that “Aarya” is a remake of the Dutch crime thriller series “Penoza”. It is about a widow who takes over her husband’s organised crime business after he is killed, in lieu of turning into a state witness.

The show will soon premiere on Disney+Hotstar.

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Ronit Roy On Actors Committing Suicide: “For Four Years I Was Sitting At Home, I Did Not Kill Myself”

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Ronit Roy On Actors Committing Suicide: “For Four Years I Was Sitting At Home, I Did Not Kill Myself”

The world is not just battling a health crisis in the form of COVID-19 but also a grave financial crisis. But closer home, things are getting tougher and tougher for our Telly town actors. Popular actor Ronit Roy has opened up about actors ending their lives due to no work.

While there are several actors who have opened up about their financial crisis, there are also many who have sadly chosen to end their lives. Ronit Roy says that while he debuted with a blockbuster film, he had no work for as long as 4 years. However, he never chose to end his life.

Very quickly adding the fact that he is not passing judgement on anyone else, Ronit Roy says that ending your life is never a solution. Speaking to ETimes, the Hostages actor said, “My first film was released in 1992 Jaan Tere Naam which was a blockbuster. It was a silver jubilee and silver jubilee of that day means a Rs 100 crore movie of today. My debut film was of that level. 1992 it released and for the next six months, I did not receive a single call. Then I got all kinds of trashy work which I did for three years and around 96 all the work dried up. For four years I was sitting at home.”

Ronit Roy, who is a veteran TV and Bollywood actor further says, “I had a small car, but I had no money for petrol. I would walk up to my mother’s house for a meal as I did not have money even after being in a silver jubilee film. I did not kill myself. I am not passing judgement on anybody. Everyone at some point in their life faces financial crisis. I feel if you are facing a financial crisis then killing yourself is not a solution. I don’t see any sense in taking your life because that can’t be a solution.”

While we do agree with what the actor says, mental health is certainly a very subjective issue. We hope that actors talk to their loved ones in times of crisis and hang on to every last thread of hope and not give up their lives.

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Simran Sachdeva On Quitting Colors TV’s Choti Sarrdaarni: “One Of The Producers Misbehaved With Me”

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Simran Sachdeva On Quitting Colors TV’s Choti Sarrdaarni: “One Of The Producers Misbehaved With Me”

Amid the ongoing COVID-19 induced crisis, several Telly Town actors have opened up about taking pay cuts and their financial crisis. Joining the list is Choti Sarrdaarni actress Simran Sachdeva. The actress has made some shocking revelations and has claimed that she is no longer a part of the Colors TV show.

Simran Sachdeva has said that the producers of the show had been forcing her to take pay cuts amid the ongoing crisis. Speaking to Telly Chakkar, the actress said, “Lately, the producers were pressuring me a lot to take around a 40% pay cut which is not feasible for me. Also, in the past I’ve faced many issues with the production house regarding the payments as we weren’t paid on time. One of the producers misbehaved with me and was extremely disrespectful and rude. Now, because of the lockdown and the gap, I had the choice to continue with them or not and hence I decided to give it a pass.”

Well, this certainly comes as a shocker when there are several TV actors who have been raising their voice over non-payment of dues. What’s even more disheartening is the alarming rate of actors committing suicide after a dearth of work opportunities.

For those of you unversed, Simran Sachdeva plays the character of Harleen Kaur Gill Bajwa in Choti Sarrdaarni. The part was earlier played by Mansi Sharma who had to leave the show mid-way owing to certain health complications.

However, things seem to be getting better now as there are reports of Simran Sachdeva being retained in the show. The actress has reportedly sorted out the differences with her producers and will soon be seen returning to sets.

While we are not sure as to which side of the story to believe, do let us know your thoughts on the same.

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