Culture shock

Neena Kulkarni admits daily soaps were a culture shock for her; I found why



oi-Sumit Rajguru


Veteran actress Neena Kulkarni who is known for her outstanding performances in several Marathi and Hindi movies and TV shows recently opened up about working on the small screen. For the uninitiated, she was last seen on TV in the Hindi show

Yeh Hai Mohabbatein

Recently, in an interview with Hindustan Times, the


The actress said “everyday soaps were a culture shock for her.” Asked about her absence from the small screen, she said she hadn’t thought about quitting TV shows. The actress said, “TV is where actors earn. I won’t quit it. Daily soap operas are where you earn your daily paycheck and make money. Then you can easily do something you care about.”

A few years ago, Neena Kulkarni starred in a short film titled


with Kajol in the lead role. Her performance caught everyone’s attention and since then the actress has developed her interest in OTT projects. For the uninitiated, she had also featured in the Breathe web series.

Neena Kulkarni decided to focus on OTT projects. On the other hand, she also feels blessed to have worked during the pandemic. the

Yeh Hai Mohabbatein

star said, “I started to value my work even more. I realized that there were people who didn’t have jobs and I was lucky to have jobs even without a manager. My work was a passion, but it has become valuable now.”

Let us tell you that Neena Kulkarni was recently featured in Sachin Kundalkar’s directorial project Pondicherry. The film also stars Sai Tamhankar, Amruta Khanvilkar and Vaibhav Tatwawadi in key roles. Notably, Neena had a small role, but she managed to impress everyone with her powerful performance.