Mandakini spoke on the story of her father being shot
Mandakini spoke on the story of her father being shot: People on the set were asking about my condition, and after years she herself told the truth
Actress Mandakini, who played the role of Ganga in Raj Kapoor's film Ram Teri Ganga Maili, recently reached 'The Kapil Sharma Show'. 80s actresses Sangeeta Bijlani and Varsha Usgaonkar also appeared with her in the show. The actress spoke openly about her personal and professional life during this period. He also cleared the confusion of the fans regarding the story that has been going on on the show for years, in which it was said that his father had shot him.
During the show, Mandakini shared an interesting anecdote related to her life. He told how a rumor had spread about him in the film industry that his father had shot him. He said- News had spread that my father had shot me. After this, when I reached the set, everyone was coming to me and asking if I was fine.
He said- 'I had no idea why all these people are so worried about me and why they are asking like this. However, later I came to know about that rumor. Although all these reports were completely wrong.
In the show, Mandakini was asked why she did not appear in more films after Ram Teri Ganga Maili. Answering this question, Mandakini said- 'After this film, I got offers for many films and I also signed some. I had also shot the film for 10 days, but suddenly the director disappeared somewhere. I tried to find them too. It was good that I got good money in advance for that film.
Mandakini has been quite reserved about her personal life. When Kapil Sharma asked her questions about her married life, the actress said that her husband is from Himachal.
Mandakini said- 'My mother is from Himachal, so we used to go there often. When we first met, he could not speak Hindi. Whatever I had to say, I used to tell her mother and then she used to translate and explain to her. But when we got married, she slowly learned Hindi. Let us tell you that Mandakini was last seen in the 1996 film Jordaar.