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Post controversial exit from Gangs of Filmistaan, Shilpa Shinde to make comeback with another comedy serial; deets here

Shilpa Shinde: With the comic series Maddam Sir, Shilpa Shinde is making a comeback in the acting industry. In the show, which also features Gulki Joshi, she will play the role of Maddam Sir.

Shilpa Shinde, best known for her role in Bhabhi Ji Ghar Par Hai, is all set to return with a regular show. The actor, who abruptly left the recently ended dancing reality series Jhalak Dikhala Jaa, will now portray a police officer in the comic series Maddam Sir.

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No information is yet available regarding whether Shilpa will take her place or merely join the cast. Four Lucknow-based female police officers who serve at a Mahila Police Station are the focus of the Sony SAB programme.

Ajay Jadhav plays prisoner turned spy Billu Champat in the show, while Sonali Pandit Naik portrays Head Constable Pushpa Singh, Yukti Kapoor plays S.I. Karishma Singh or Qayamat, Yashkant Sharma plays Constable Cheeteshwar Chaturvedi or Cheetah, and Yashkant Sharma plays S.I.

Shilpa talks about her role in serial

In an interview, Shilpa said,”My character was in the police but quit the job and put her dreams on the back burner to focus on her marriage. Her dreams remained unfulfilled. Now, she is back on duty after many years.”

Further she said, “The title of the show is so catchy, and I relate to it. Everyone who has worked with me at home addressed me as ‘boss’ or ‘sir’ because they have seen me go out and work.”

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Shilpa opens up about Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 10

In Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 10, Shilpa was considered one of the celebrity participants, however she was quickly eliminated. She had become upset at the comments made by the judges, particularly Karan Johar, about the performances. She said, “Do you even have a notion what an artist goes through throughout that three-minute act? You should watch Rubina’s video since an accident could have occurred. Anything could have happened to her. Will the outcomes be the judges’ fault? There is no point in organising a candle march later. When someone is still alive, show them respect; do not show sympathy after they have passed away.”


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