Soutan ‘Kavya’ responded to the cold-war rumors with ‘Anupama’, told how she shoots hostile scenes

Actress Madalsa Sharma has made a different place in the hearts of the audience through the character of ‘Kavya Shah’ in ‘Anupamaa’. While this is Madasala’s first TV show, the power packed performance of the actress has impressed everyone from the audience, the makers to the star cast in the first place. Madalsa has a very good relationship with her co-stars, while on the other hand there were reports of a rift between her and the show’s lead actress Rupali Ganguly. Recently, Madalsa has spoken openly on all these rumours.

Madalsa is in seventh heaven

South’s well-known actress Madalsa has dominated TV as soon as she comes on TV, she now wants to play even more challenging and intense characters. At the same time, recently he has shared a lot during a conversation with Spotboye. She considers being a part of ‘Anupama’ a blessing from God and says that she is in seventh heaven these days. She says that ‘I have been a part of Bollywood, South, Punjabi and International cinema. But I did not do any TV show, my dream came true as ‘Anupama’.

No cold war with Rupali

At the same time, when co-actress Rupali Ganguly is questioned about the media reports of Cold War, Madalsa says- ‘First of all, I do not understand where these rumors fly. How strange does this sound? We all shoot like a family. Every day we work together, laugh together, eat together. When I see hard work turning into such false rumours, it is really sad for us.

‘Look as if you will eat…’

Madalsa says that- ‘My equation with Rupali is very good, so is it with everyone. A strong bond is formed when we work together every day. So I feel that the more onscreen tussle between me and Rupali, the more cool off screen is. Sometimes there are scenes where we look at each other as if we are going to eat but when we are cut, we lose our laughter. Me and Rupali both do not have any negative feelings for each other’.

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