Actress Aradhana Sharma Graces The Cover Of LitGleam Magazine.

Model and actress Aradhana Sharma who featured in the MTV reality show Splitsvilla, who made a mark by playing the character Sultana Tammana in the show – ‘Aladdin – Naam Toh Suna Hi Hoga’ and recently thrives in fame as Dipti in the famous sitcom, ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’ talks about her journey in the small screen and why she loves it. 

The team from LitGleam reached out to her for an exclusive interview and Ms Aradhana Sharma was delighted to have them. What followed was a delightful banter. Ms Aradhana was quite straight-forward in her answers to the questions posed by the team. The interview started with a discussion about her childhood. As a child she reached great heights as the runner up of the dance show ‘Boogie Woogie’ in 2014 and there she started her career in the television industry. Managing school and the show would definitely not have been a bed of roses to which she agrees.

With the help of her friends and teachers she surprisingly scored an eighty percent in the span of studying for only ten days. This goes on to show how life throws opportunities at us and it’s up to us to make the most of it. Not to mention the jealousy and accusations she was forced to endure. Many who were jealous of her instant fame tried to push her down with mean words but she rose up against them all. 

The best part of the interview was when her determination to become an actress shone forth amidst all the hurdles. Hailing from an academic family made matters worse. With no one else to support her other than her mother and her consistent encouragement, Ms Sharma claims that she wouldn’t have made it. When questioned about the tattoo in her collar bone, she says that she purposefully got it to never be able to become an IAS aspirant like her family expected her to be. She made a decision to be a warrior, breaking the general line of career her family followed and now shines like a star. But this doesn’t make her any less of a human like the rest of us. “I cry, I get stressed, I scream but I never give up”, she says. 

The interview also talked about her latest stint as Dipti in ‘Tarak Mehta ka Ooltah Chashmah’ , her hobbies, her future plans and much more. Subverting stereotypes and breaking the barriers this society places her way, Aradhana Sharma is a woman who steals the spotlight with her determination to be a warrior no matter what and her story deserves to be heard. To read more about Ms Aradhana Sharma’s journey.

Read the full interview here

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Focusing on Literature and Lifestyle of the Urban Youth of the Country, LitGleam is a monthly magazine, an intrinsic part of BlueRose Publishers.

Within its pages, our readers find provocative essays on literature and lifestyle, guidance for getting published and pursuing writing careers, in-depth profiles of poets, fiction writers, and writers of creative nonfiction, and conversations among fellow professionals.

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