Saumya Tandon Responded On Rumours Of Quitting The Show: Over recent days there have been reports of the well-known sitcom, Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hai performing artist Saumya Tandon quitting the show. The performing artist wasn’t shooting the show for a week and there was acceptance of Saumya, prevalently known as ‘Gori mem’ has stopped the show. Now, Saumya has ended her quietness on this talk.
On her Twitter account, Saumya clears these rumors and declared that she hasn’t gone away from the show. Soumya experienced a liver disease and in this manner, she didn’t shoot for seven days. She clear up and tweet, “Hey thanks for the concern, I had a liver infection so was on a leave for a week, have been shooting in Naigaon for Bhabhi Ji Ghar Par Hain, since 3 days.”
Hey thanks for the concern, I had a liver infection so was on a leave for a week, have been shooting in Naigaon for Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hain😊 since 3 days.
— Saumya Tandon (@saumyatandon) July 23, 2018
Nonetheless, gossips are as yet going solid about her quitting the show. As indicated by a time of India report, Soumya has put down her papers and is serving notice period till the finish of August. The report hinted ‘family planning’ the purpose behind her stopping the show. Saumya has been a piece of the show for as far back as three years.
She currently feels that it’s a great opportunity to proceed onward and experiment with new things. Beginning a family is additionally something she needs to center around.
While conversing with the daily, Saumya talked about this gossip again and informed, ” I am aware that rumors about me planning a family are doing the rounds. My answer is that I would love to have a child. Motherhood is a lovely experience and I surely don’t want to lose it. In fact, if it happens, I will share the news with everyone and enjoy it when the right time comes. Now, I have no news to share. These things are in God’s hands. Who are we to decide? Also, my producers are so helpful and sweet that they had once told me that even during pregnancy, I can continue doing the show, and later go on parenthood leave. This is a brilliant change in the entertainment industry, and I really encourage that.”