Veteran actress Roopa Divatia is all set to be a part Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Meiin. The actress has been shooting through the pandemic and was in Goa while shooting for her previous show. Talking about the same to The Times of India, the actress said, "I am not scared of dying. I came from Goa in between the schedule of my show just to get the second dose of my vaccination for COVID. I take all the necessary precautions required. I wear a double mask and take a hot water shower every time I come back home. I am following all the safety precautions laid down by the government. Even though I am a diabetic and a hypertension patient, I am not scared. I want to continue working. It gives me a kick. I am glad that we actors do not have any retirement age. The appreciation and recognition that we get from people around after watching us on-screen keeps us motivated to be in front of the camera."
Nonetheless, the pandemic has been hard on everyone, and she further added how she has lost so many near and dear ones, including friends and colleagues, some of who are very young. She added how this is the worst phase of her life as she never imagined going through such a time.
Roopa will be replacing actress Dimple Shaw Chauhan in the show and will be seen playing the role of Mansi Salonkhe, a widow, and Samrath's mother. Talking about the same, the actress said that she has watched the show sometimes and hence knows the tracks and has an idea about her character. In addition, she mentioned that the sets were near that of Kumkum Bhagya in Goa and hence, she has a fair idea about the character.
Ask her if she feels content on television is regressive and what does she think about it for someone who has been in the industry for so long, the mentioned that it is not regressive but it is different from what is available on the web. However, she added how no two platforms can be compared and mentioned that people who watch Tv like the content, and hence, it is made that way. However, she added how she personally loved the era of the 90s when TV shows were not as commercial.