I was cornered and treated [badly] in the..” Bigg Boss 11 winner Shilpa Shinde makes shocking revelations
Bigg Boss 11 winner Shilpa Shinde is making news ever since she has emerged as the winner of the show. Shilpa was a known face of television but she acquired popularity when she was seen as ‘Angoori Bhabhi’ on the show ‘Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hain’. As she entered the Bigg Boss house, she won the hearts of everyone across the nation with her loving and caring nature. She further went on to become the winner of the show. Now that she has come out as the winner, her fans are eagerly waiting for her comeback to TV shows.
If you know already, Shilpa Shinde went missing from television after she left her show ‘Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hain’ citing the reason as the mental torture caused by the makers of the show and her unpaid dues. Her professional fight with producer Vikas Gupta went on inside the Bigg Boss house as Vikas too was a contestant on the Bigg Boss show. Though the two sorted all their differences by the end of the show, looks like Shilpa isn’t interested to get back on television.
Recently in an interview, Shilpa shared, “I have done enough TV and I don’t think I would be able to do TV serials anymore. There is a lot more that one can do.” This totally reminds us of the explosive statement that another Bigg Boss winner, Gautam Gulati, made a few weeks back. But the firebrand actress bars no holds when she is talking about her experience with the TV industry. “TV has made me what I am today, but after a long career on TV, I was cornered and treated [badly] in the TV industry.”
“I don’t think I should do serials anymore. I have a lot of self-respect. In a TV show, there is a lot of competition about sharing screen space. Chhota parda, chhoti soch (small screen, small thinking), unlike films where you get due credit as per your role. I would like to explore anchoring in reality shows, I have offers for web shows and might also do a Marathi film. I don’t want to be wasted in a film. The banner, star cast and my role has to be good,” she added.