MUMBAI: There is perhaps no industry in the world that is free of competition. Then how could our TV folks avoid it? It’s no myth that there are several instances to prove that two actresses can never be friends. These actresses share bitter equations for various reasons, and going by their relations at the moment, it is easy to say that they might not ever share screen space in the future.
However, breaking the myth and bringing in a fresh perspective to the saying are today’s celebrities, who respect each other’s space of working and only compete with themselves to grow and do better in their own careers. The industry is a small world, and most celebrities bond with each other either at social parties or on the set.
Some even take time off and have get-togethers and reunions. Well, this time, giving us major friendship goals and breaking this myth areHina Khan, Erica Fernandes, Shubhaavi Choksey, Pooja Banerjee, Surbhi Jyoti, Pearl V Puri, Anita Hassanandani, and many others! Their pictures are all over social media, and we can’t help but applaud the way they work in sync to make their product better.
While Erica, Pooja, and Hina were seen swimming together and relaxing by the pool, Anita, Surbhi, and Pearl often are spotted having a great time bonding on the sets.
Similarly, many other actors try to know each other more and become good friends! Recently, Arjun Bijlani, Karanvir Bohra, Mouni Roy, and other actors from the camp of Naagin came on board to shoot the finale of the third installment. And watching the way they are working hard to make each other’s roles turn out well is a visual treat.
Parth Samthaan too mentioned that he got to learn a lot from Hina during her stint in Kasautii Zindagii Kay, which has finally ended for greener pastures. On one occasion, the cast of Patiala Babes too were spotted sharing tips and notes on how to make the scene effective.
Well, their hard work paid off and they won an award for their show at the Telly Awards this year! Evidently, the times are changing and in a good way! What say?