Courtesy : Sayantani Ghosh Instagram
One of the recently popular shows on Sab TV, Tera Yaar Hoon Main is all set to call it a wrap and will be going off-air by 29th January 2022. That's right. After having had a run for over a year and a half, the show is going off-air and will hopefully be ending on a happy note.
Leading lady and recently married actor Sayantani Ghosh confirmed the same with ETimes TV as she said, “Yes, our show is going off air. The makers have informed that the show will have its last telecast on January 29.”
Having worked so long with each other, needless to say everyone is sad and Ghosh talked about it as she said, “I really get attached to things. I find it tough to detach from my work. And when you have been a part of a show for more than a year, it becomes difficult to let go. 2021 has been primarily COVID- driven so the only family apart from your own immediate family one has is the work family. I was offered Tera Yaar Hoon Main when most actors were out of work, and the role of Daljeet Bagga was so special. It won me awards. In no time Daljeet and I became one. So definitely, the journey ending is painful.”
She added, “Of course I am going to miss going to the set. All of last year, apart from my home, the only other interaction in my life or presence has been with my colleagues from the show, my second family. I will sorely miss my every day routine of getting up early, going to the set, having a ball on the set with co-workers. Now, I need to make adjustments in life accordingly. Of course, it goes without saying that I am going to miss this routine. I will miss my makeup room. I had decorated my space according to my choice, put up photo frames and quotes. Any sort of ending is sad but I try to find solace in the belief that with every ending comes also a new beginning and I look forward to the next beginning in my life.”
Ending on an emotional note, Ghosh said, “Every role that we play on screen is close to our hearts because we put our heart and soul to them. Daljeet Bagga is surely one character which is very close to my heart. She is a relatable and realistic character; one of the best I have ever portrayed. She is not one of those typical daily soap leads who is just perfect. She has her imperfections and she has learnt from her mistakes. She is one of the strongest women I have played on screen and that is why she has connected with the audience.”