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Check out the SHOCKING Transformation of This ‘Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hai’ Actress

Although she plays a cameo role in one of those favorite television series, this woman has managed to impress the viewer with her amazing comic sense.

Here, we're speaking about celebrity Shoma Rathod who plays the use of Ammaji (Manmohan Tiwar's mommy) at consecutive Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hai. From the series, Ammaji is a obese character that's frequently seen taunting his son, Manmohan Tiwari at a comic fashion and enjoys her daughter-in-law (Angoori) really.

Lately, Dailybhaskar.com got a opportunity to devote few time together with the celebrity at her property. Surprisingly, as seen on the display, Shoma is very opposite in look. "Frankly, I despise doing make-up. I prefer staying easy. But from the acting area, you can't deny applying make-up (laughs). From the series, Amma contrasts her attractiveness with Katrina Kaif; she is quite powerful. However, in fact I'm just like a tom boy that barely cares about her look. So in a nutshell, I'm completely reverse of the character I play with onscreen," explained Shoma Rathod.

Until date, the celebrity has done plenty of cameos from the TV displays, but obtained fame after enjoying Mircha in consecutive Lapataganj. "I don't wish to miss any possibility of earning people laugh. I enjoy doing comedy. Audiences enjoy my comic timing and possibly that is why, I'm getting so many supplies to get a comedy function. Yes, I'm over weight, but in fact, I take my burden for a boon in disguise. My weight was steady for quite a very long moment. I'm large foodie too. In reality, I don't have any plan to lose my burden later on also," she smiles. Surprisingly a decade ago, Shoma looked rather distinct. She had been too thin.

When asked about the abrupt change in her physical look, Shoma promptly replied, "I've been through a terrible phase in my private life. I got married at age 23; I had been too young at the instant. Originally, we both fulfilled through a social network website and several months after got married at the presence of their household members. We both were very opposite in character. Hence, rather than continuing the connection, we chose to part ways. Much better to be happy alone than rather than cribbing daily, is not it? I had been miserable and for this, I put on weight."

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