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Shubhangi Atre, the New Bhabiji, 'Hopes to Recreate the Same Magic'

"I hope the loyal fans of the show bestow the same love upon me as they have showered before. We have great bunch of talented actors with impeccable comic timing and I hope to re-create the same magic with them on screen," said Shubhangi

  | April 26, 2016 07:55 IST (Mumbai)
Shubhangi Atre

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Highlights

  • Shubhangi Atre replaced Shilpa Shinde in Bhabiji Ghar Par Hai!
  • Shubhangi is "extremely nervous" about playing Bhabiji on screen
  • Shubhangi has previously featured in Kasautii Zindagii Kay and Kasturi
Actress Shubhangi Atre, who replaced Shilpa Shinde as Angoori bhabi on the popular TV show Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hai!, said that she is extremely excited and equally nervous to play the widely popular character.
"I am extremely excited and equally nervous on being chosen to play such a beautiful character on television. The show has a cult following and playing the character of Angoori is quite challenging," Shubhangi said in a statement.
After she became bhabi ji of the small screen, Shilpa left the show amid some differences with Indian TV production house Edit II. She was sent a legal notice when she didn't show up for shooting for the family drama and reportedly, signed up for another entertainer.
Now, Shubhangi, who has previously appeared in shows like Kasautii Zindagii Kay, Kasturi and Chidiya Ghar, hopes to live up to the popularity of the character and get the same love and appreciation.
She added: "My job is now to understand the director's vision and do complete justice to it. I hope the loyal fans of the show bestow the same love upon me as they have showered before. We have great bunch of talented actors with impeccable comic timing and I hope to re-create the same magic with them on screen."
The actress shared that the whole cast made her feel comfortable on the sets. She said: "During the shoot, I was already very nervous, but everyone was so accommodating that I felt at ease."


 
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