Rupali Ganguly is one of the most popular actresses we have in the entertainment industry. Each and every character that she has portrayed on the small screens, be it Monisha Sarabhai, Dr Simran, or even Anupamaa, she has won several hearts with her acting chops. The actress recently contracted COVID-19 and was in quarantine. It was reported that her test results have come negative and that she was likely to begin shooting from this week itself. While there an official confirmation is awaited, here's what made news lately. In an interview with RJ Siddharth Kannan, Rupali Ganguly opened up on facing pregnancy complications due to health issues. She said, "I had major thyroid issues, so your fertility count does go down. There were issues and I did consult a lot of doctors. My son is no less than a miracle for me."
She went on to add that she wanted to settle down in life and have a kid always. "Mera ambition tha shaadi karna aur bachcha paida karna. Yeh mera ambition tha life ka (My ambition in life was to get married and have kids) and finally, I was getting to be a mother and after a lot of issues, like ‘nahi ho sakta (it cannot happen)’... Having a child was difficult," Rupali said while adding that post-birth od Rudhransh, she was content with life. she revealed that she did not even miss acting while taking care of her son. The actress also added that had Anupamaa not been offered to her, she would still have been on a break from work. Boy, are we glad that Rajan Shahi and the team approached Rupali Ganguly for Anupamaa, coz she's doing one helluva amazing job!
BTW, there have been myths about pregnancy and conceiving issues when a woman crosses a certain age. However, actresses like Kishwer Merchant and Anita Hassandani, Kareena Kapoor Khan to name a few have proved the opposite of the same. Yes, it is like a mircale and sometimes, things are meant to be. Meanwhile, we cannot wait to see Rupali back in Anupamaa.
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