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Parull Chaudhry: I Am Delighted To Be A Part Of Anupamaa

Stunning and versatile TV actress Parull Chaudhry is all set to enter Anupamaa and in her recent interview Parull Chaudhry says I am delighted to be a part of Anupamaa.

Ace TV producer Rajan Shahi’s super hit serial Anupamaa airing on Star Plus is all set to have a new entry in form of Parull Chaudhry. In her recent interview, Parull Chaudhry says I am delighted to be a part of Anupamaa.

Best known for her performances in Divya Drishti, Piya Albela and many more serials, Parull Chaudhry says I am delighted to be a part of Anupamaa.

Speaking about her character in Anupamaa and much more, Parull Chaudhry says I am delighted to be a part of Anupamaa.

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Actress Parull Chaudhry will be entering the popular show Anupamaa by Rajan Shahi. She will play a character named Dr Madhu Chopra who is Pakhi’s (Muskaan Bamne) psychologist.

She has already started shooting her scenes. Speaking about why she decided to accept the role she was offered, Anupamaa Parull says, “Firstly, I have always wanted to work with Rajan Sir and I am so happy that it is finally happening. Secondly, Anupamaa is the number one show right now and I am delighted to be a part of it. Lastly, I have never portrayed a character like this in my career. Most people have categorised me in negative, glamorous roles so it will be interesting to try out a new role”.

Dr Madhu Chopra will be advising the couple Vanraj and Anupamaa on their daughter and will help Pakhi to heal from this mental trauma. Parull will be sporting a western, modern look in the show which is very similar to the way she looks in real life. She also adds, “The popularity of Anupamaa is unbelievable, I am happy that even I will be contributing to the show as well. Sudhanshu Pandey and Rupali Ganguly are amazing actors and they are very easy to work with. This is my first time working with them and I will cherish the experience”.

She continued on to talk about how shooting procedures have changed due to the rising cases of COVID 19. “We have all kind of gotten used to this situation at this point. It is high time that everyone should take care of themselves. The crew is much smaller than before, we just need to be careful and wear a mask all the time”.

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