Richa Chadha’s Diwali ki safai memes and we can feel her pain. Watch video
Richa Chadha has shared a funny video on Diwali that is not about wishes and being all dressed for festivities. Watch it here.Updated: Oct 25, 2019, 17:07 IST
Actor Richa Chadha has a funny but very relatable way of bringing in the festival of lights, Diwali. While people send out good wishes and put up colourful pictures of themselves, Richa decided to be a bit different. She joked about the pre-Diwali cleaning and what it does to all of us.
Sharing a video clip of herself in two different roles, she wrote: “Me all this week, do you feel me?” While one clip shows her doing cleaning of the house as a prep for Diwali, the second clip has weeping inconsolably when she fails to meet the target. The clips are headlined: “Me when I start Diwali ki safai” and “Me when I can’t finish it”.
Richa Chadha, who has an interesting list of films lined up including Bholi Punjaban and Panga, is known to speak her mind. Speaking to Pinkvilla in a recent interview, she had talked about how early in her career, she was propositioned by men, one old enough to be her uncle.
She had said, “A couple of times I didn’t get it. Like I said, I was really young and stupid. Once a man came to me and said ‘we should have dinner’. I said ‘but sir I already ate’. It was like around 10.30-11.00 and we met at a gathering and I have an uncle, he works in advertising. He was in the room.”
“So he was like ‘we should have dinner’. I said ‘sir maine toh kha lia. I had paneer, I had dal, I had dahi, roti.’ He said ‘no no no we should have dinner’. I said ‘sir I ate papad, I ate achaar’. I told him everything I ate. He said ‘no! we should have dinner (suggestively, stroking her arms)’. I was like ‘uhhh...oh! Uncle!’,” she had continued. She had further said that this had continued even after she became an established name in the industry.
Richa was recently seen in a courtroom drama called Section 375, where she played a junior lawyer. Praising her performance, the Hindustan Times review mentioned, “Her nuanced act as a junior lawyer, evidently overwhelmed, as she fights her career’s first big case against someone who was once her boss, deserves applause.”
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