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Bipasha Basu finds it difficult to shoot for TV shows. Here’s why

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India TV Entertainment Desk, New Delhi [Published on:16 Nov 2016, 6:47:36]

Bipasha Basu is one of those Bollywood celebs who after achieving big on the silver screen tried their hands on small screen as well.

The actress made her Television debut last year with horror reality TV series ‘Darr Sabko Lagta Hai’. However, after working in both the industry, Bipasha feels that it is quite difficult to shoot for TV shows as compared to movies.

Basu further explained that a long term commitment for a show might make her a miss a lot in life.

"Someone recently offered a show to me. It was one and a half year long show and I had to give 25 days a month. It felt as if they were taking away my life from me. It is so difficult to shoot for TV shows," Bipasha said in a statement.

Interestingly, Bipasha Basu, who has been married to actor Karan Singh Grover, recently made an appearance on the much popular TV show ‘Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hain Shaniwar Special’ with her hubby.

Talking about the show, Bipasha stated that the one of the reasons to be a part of the show for a episode was her parents.

"The show is one of my parent's favourite shows and that's why we decided to be guests when we were invited. It's one of the best family entertainers on television at the moment. A really fun show," she added.

The couple was all smiles as they shot for the show and Bipasha admitted that she had a good time shooting with KSG.

Interestingly, unlike Bipasha, KSG is quite familiar to Television industry, given that he initiated his acting career as a TV actor and shot to fame with ‘Dil Mil Gaye’.

 

(With IANS Inputs)

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Bipasha Basu finds it difficult to shoot for TV shows. Here’s why