HomeHairstyleExclusive! Hetal Yadav’s love and devotion to his younger brother will surely bring tears to your eyes, watch it
Exclusive! Hetal Yadav’s love and devotion to his younger brother will surely bring tears to your eyes, watch it
December 17, 2022
Mumbai: Hetal Yadav, best known for shows like Barrister Babu, Dil Yeh Ziddi Hai, Aap Ke Aa Jane Se and Meri Aashiqui Tum Se Hi, is a talented actress who started her career with the TV show Colors Balika Vadhu in 2008.
The actress has surely given incredible performances over the years and the public has their eyes on her every time she appears on screen.
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Tellychakkar got in touch with the actress where she revealed some moments from her past.
What’s the most interesting or silly buzz/rumor about you?
I won’t say interesting, but recently I found something stupid when I googled Imlie’s star cast. He had mentioned my name and the daily salary was such an amount that I only wished it was true.
What’s the funniest thing you’ve done to the name ‘Script ki demand’?
I’m sorry about this, but on “script ki demand” I once slapped a co-actor. It was written in the script and one night before I received the script, I just prayed to God not to lose the chance he gave me.
What are you doing and your parents are always scolding you for it?
It’s not only the parents but also my sisters and my brothers in this affair. All my family members say I’m very bad at money management. They tell me that I shouldn’t keep my money with me and give it to them because they can take better care of it. They say the money doesn’t stay in my hands. Every family member agrees with this.
Who is your secret TV industry crush?
If I tell you, it won’t be a secret. I love Siddharth Shukla. Unfortunately, he is no more. I arrived a little late in television but I started working 25 years ago with films. I used to dance and work as an assistant choreographer. I had a crush on Sanjay Dutt. I developed a crush when he made the movie Amaanat. The shooting of the film took place right in front of my school. I was in grade 6-7 and right after leaving school we saw security putting up barricades around the place. We knew it because it was our region. So we used to climb a wall. Akshay Kumar and Sanjay Dutt were there and it was the first time I witnessed a shooting. I was so hypnotized by it that I couldn’t sleep at night. I dreamed of Sanjay Dutt. Later, when I was able to shoot with him, I told my colleagues about it. One of the coworkers went to tell Sanay Dutt and later I felt so shy when Mr. Sanjay looked at me.
A hairstyle from your childhood that was imposed on you?
Two ponytails and obligatory oil in the hair. It was very irritating. The side parting is still wrong. I hate this thing.
What is the funniest memory of your college years?
My friend and I still remember this incident. It was about my best friend’s friend. He had approached my friend, saying he liked me and wanted to take me on a date. I was very shy at that time. However, my friend was very outgoing in this area. She told me he was asking for a day out. She took me with her. We fixed a time and place to meet. I went to her house and got ready. wandered around in slippers. We were about to leave and I realized I was wearing slippers so we headed back home. We had actually left the door keys inside so the door wouldn’t open. The guy kept calling and my friend told him that I was wearing slippers and therefore wouldn’t come. The guy couldn’t believe the reason.
What was it like the first time you saw yourself on a fence?
Sometimes I see him during promos. Digital signs I saw from Kashibai Bhallad. The show and this character are very dear to my heart.
What is a childhood memory that has always made you emotional?
I am the eldest in the house and I started working very young. My brother is the youngest. We three sisters have a strong attachment to my brother, especially me. I feel it’s my duty to him as if he was born only for me. I took him everywhere with me. Even when I was playing, he was with me. Growing up, he became more interested in cricket. Once he told me he wanted to play cricket. So, it made me feel like a dad and I started working hard to get this cricket kit for him. At that time, I was doing a lot of dancing and singing shows, so I saved some money on those shows and bought him a 2500 rupees cricket kit. When I gave it to him, he was so happy. Unfortunately, he was unable to become a cricketer.
Share a mischief where you pranked or someone pranked you?
The girl who played Kashibai used to pull a lot of pranks. She knew I was scared of snakes, so she threw a rope at me all at once and I was scared. As we were shooting in Karjat where it was a bit easy to find snakes, I was always very alert about it.