It’s been days since businessman and Shilpa Shetty’s husband Raj Kundra was arrested in a pornography-related case. While the trouble kept mounting for the family, Shilpa stood strong by her children. Amid the entire controversy and court trials, the actress took a break from reality TV show Super Dancer and she is finally back on the sets.
Shilpa was photographed stepping out of her vanity van in a blue and red saree on Wednesday (August 18). She also waved to the media before walking onto the set. Shilpa did not interact with the media, unlike the previous times.
The Hungama 2 actress’ pictures and videos are going viral on the internet and Shilpa can be seen wearing a saree, exiting her trailer and walking towards the set in silence.
A Hindustan Times report quoted a source saying, “The makers had been in constant touch with her and only recently she decided that she was ready to make a comeback. Shilpa wants to get back to work not just for her kids and family but also for her own sanity. She was welcomed warmly by the Super Dancer team, which made her quite emotional in the morning."
Meanwhile, a TOI report quoted a source speaking about Shilpa’s resumption of the shoot and said, "Shilpa has judged the show since it started in its first season in 2016. The makers were waiting for her to return and did not want to get another celeb in her place. We are glad that she has resumed shooting. Hopefully, she will continue on the show till the end of this season."
The source had added, "It was also an emotional decision for her to gather courage and get back to work after her husband got allegedly involved in the porn apps case. The makers are happy that Shilpa is back shooting today and they did not have to look for a replacement."
Shetty, who has also been rather active on social media for a long time has chosen to be sporadically active ever since the controversy began. And while the actor might be selectively active otherwise, she chose to post on this special day wishing everyone on the same as she captioned, "Wishing all my fellow Indians around the world a very Happy Independence Day”