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Karanvir Bohar to Urvashi Dholakia: TV actors who went through financial crisis

The world of Entertainment looks quite glamourous and has often raised envy in fans. We see the tv actors and actresses dressed in designer best living in lavish homes, But not many know that maintaining such a lifestyle is a task in itself. Many of them are pushed into a dark phase because of no timely income. The lockdown too created problems for many television stars and many of them opened up about their financial crunch. These tv actors were quite candid about their financial instability and running into depths and the hardships they faced due to no income.

Here is the list of some tv actors who have opened up on their financial crisis:

Karanvir Bohra

 

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Karanvir Bohra opened up on his financial crunch on the reality show Lock Upp. He revealed that his career has not been doing well for long now. He said that he is under 3 or 4 debts that he has been unable to repay, due to which there are cases registered against him. The actor admitted that he is in one of the worst phases of his life at present.

Urvashi Dholakia

 

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TV actor is quite well-known for her negative role as Komolika in Ekta Kapoor’s superhit show ‘Kasautii Zindagii Kay’. the single mother of twin boys faced a financial crisis when she was not getting some good offers for tv serials.

Shilpa Shinde

The Bigg Boss 11 winner suffered a huge financial crisis post her decision to quit popular show Bhabhiji Ghar par hai due to her fall out with the makers. Due to her fall out no one was ready to give her work

Sayantani Ghosh

 

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She said that the lockdown caused financial problems as payments were stuck. She had EMI’s on her house and car also standing day to day expenditures. All were stuck due to non-payment of dues during the covid lockdown.

Amit Sadh

 

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The tv actor opened up that he sold his car and other belongings to enrol in an acting course. He then bid adieu to TV and tried his luck into Bollywood.

Jaya Bhattacharya

The actress was known for her shows like Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi, Kasamh Se, Jhansi Ki Rani, Madhubala, Bharat Ka Veer Putra- Maharana Pratap, and others. She faced a deep financial crunch when her mother fell ill. Jaya took to her social media and requested work

 

Nupur Alankar

 

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The actress lost all her savings to the Punjab and Maharashtra Co-operative (PMC) Bank when it collapsed two years ago. She felt helpless when her mother fell sick. Reportedly Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar gave her monetary help.

 

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