International Women's Day: Female stars of 'Tarak Mehta..' said this on special occasion
International Women's Day: Female stars of 'Tarak Mehta..' said this on special occasion

International Women's Day is celebrated every year on 8 March, which is also being celebrated this year. The female actress of the finest show Tarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashma has spoken her heart on this day. Recently, she talked about this from a website and said a lot. Ambika Rajankar, who first played the role of a Komal Hathi, said that every day should ideally be Women's Day. However, when we get pampered and loved, we like this special day very much. All women meet on the set of Tarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashma and give goodies to each other and laugh. Hopefully, Indian women will achieve a lot in every field in the coming years and will emerge as an example for the rest of the world.

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Sonalika Joshi, who played Madhavi Bhide in this show, said, "On International Women's Day, our women's cricket team will play the final match of the World Cup in Australia. It shows how far women have come in our country in such a short time. Now we have female fighter pilots and the army allows women in combat roles. Women play an important role in creating the future of this country. So three cheers to all the women who have achieved excellent milestones in their respective fields and inspire all of us."

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Jennifer Mistry Bansiwal, who plays Roshan Sodhi in the show, said, "Women are multi-faceted and play many roles successfully and have been doing them for centuries. As we are stepping into a new decade, Indian women will achieve many more spectacular achievements everywhere. In future, it will be true that the world is yours too. I am hoping to be a small part of this revolutionary change in the world." Talking about the show, the show is always ahead in the matter of TRP and people love this show fiercely.

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