You’d know her as the bargain queen, Monisha, in the hit TV sitcom Sarabhai vs Sarabhai and of course the fierce working mother, Anupamaa in the top-rated StarPlus show, Anupamaa. Yes, we’re talking about the supremely talented Rupali Ganguly. Curly Tales, Editor-in-Chief, Kamiya Jani met Rupali Ganguly for a fun episode of Tere Gully Mein in Mumbai’s Oshiwara. And here’s what this episode entailed.
Rupali Ganguly & Kamiya Jani Enjoyed A Bengali Feast In Oshiwara
Rupali Ganguly graced her presence on the latest episode of Curly Tales show, Tere Gully Mein. The Anupamaa actor introduced Kamiya Jani to a variety of Bengali delicacies at The Calcutta Club in Oshiwara. During the course of the interview, she busted the myth that Bengali food is just about non-vegetarian food or seafood. Instead, she named her favourite Bengali vegetarian dishes like Shukto and Chochori.
Despite Being The Daughter Of A Famous Father, She Didn’t Get Any Special Treatment
As the duo enjoyed the quintessential Bengali feast in The Calcutta Club, Rupali Ganguly spilt the beans about her personal and professional life. Rupali was born into a filmy family. Her father, Anil Ganguly, was a national award-winning director, who directed iconic Hindi films like Kora Kagaz and Tapasya. “Nepotism ka mujhe toh koi benefit nahin mila” ( I never received any benefits from nepotism), said Rupali Ganguly to Kamiya Jani.
Rupali stated, “Aap pe koi paisa isiliye invest nahin karta kyunki aap kisi ke aulaad ho”( No one invests money in you because you are someone’s child). She further added, “I have got zero benefits out of nepotism”.
Well, this was just a sneak peek into the life of our Anupamaa, Rupali Ganguly. To know more about her ardent love and passion for food and her interesting life experiences, watch the latest episode of Tere Gully Mein below.
Are you taking food tips from Anupamaa herself? Have you decided to order her favourites Thalipeeth, Vada Pav and Shukto? Let us know in the comments below.
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