Did You Know Shamita Shetty Was Once Proposed Creatively? But She Rejected It | Curly Tales

by Shreya Rathod
Did You Know Shamita Shetty Was Once Proposed Creatively? But She Rejected It | Curly Tales

Did you know that the Shetty sisters have grown up in the lanes of Chembur? That’s why they have many memories attached to the place. So, in this episode of Tere Gully Mein, we will explore Chembur through Shamita Shetty’s eyes. We recreated her childhood memories and visited her school St. Anthony’s, while she spoke about a creative romantic proposal from one of the boys of O.L.P.S. Boys School.

A Creative Proposal For Shamita Shetty

Shamita Shetty and her sister were students of St. Anthony’s School. While revisiting her school memories, she recalls that the boys from the O.L.P.S. School used to throw their football on their school premises. And her principal was very strict and decided to increase the height of the wall that divided both the school premises. She was a sports enthusiast and used to play volleyball.

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She also recalls her Valentine’s Day memory. There was a boy from O.L.P.S. who waited for her below her building with a beautifully decorated tile. She felt so awkward and didn’t know what to do with it and threw it in front of him. She acknowledges that it was a mean thing to do. But she had no idea how to be with boys.

Chembur Memories

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Shamita recalls her old memories of Chembur and has revisited the place after twenty-five years. The lane she used to live in was a quiet place, and there was a church near her house where evening mass would be held. And every evening, she used to visit the church because the place was so peaceful. Also, there was a person near the church who used to make delicious chocolate cakes. Both the Shetty sisters used to love it and still talk about how yummy those cakes were. She also remembers people used to sell Easter Eggs during Christmas.

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To know more about Shamita’s childhood in Chembur, tune in to the video linked above.

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