Zee TV’s popular show “Kyunki… Saas Maa Beti Bahu Hoti Hai” recently celebrated its 100th episode, receiving significant acclaim since its premiere. One of the stars of the show, Sonal Singh, who portrays the character Bhakti, has garnered a substantial following for her role. However, a series of stunning pictures reveal a remarkable transformation from her on-screen traditional avatar to her modern real-life appearance.
In these captivating pictures, Sonal Singh sheds her on-screen traditional look and exudes a modern, trendy vibe. The stark contrast between her reel and real-life styles showcases Sonal’s versatility and acting prowess. From a traditional housewife on-screen to a modern girl-next-door off-screen, Sonal seamlessly transitions between her real and reel personas.
Reflecting on her role and style statement, Sonal Singh expressed her excitement, saying, “When I was first offered the role, more than the character, what excited me was the look and feel. Since childhood, I have watched TV shows where women of the house wore appealing traditional attires, especially sarees, even on regular days. The vibrant colors and eccentric designs left me mesmerized.”
She added, “Not even in my farthest dreams, I thought I’ll get a chance to embrace such an attire, but I’m grateful to be a part of the show and play the role of Bhakti, a sweet, innocent and supportive person.”
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While acknowledging the differences in style between Bhakti and herself, Sonal shared, “Bhakti and Sonal might have some similarities in the way of life, but their style statement is completely different. Personally, Sonal is someone who likes to keep it minimal comfy yet trendy. However, I’m happy to play Bhakti and carry her style with confidence.”
“Kyunki… Saas Maa Beti Bahu Hoti Hai” is produced by Guroudev Bhalla under Guroudev Bhalla Screens and also features Manasi Joshi Roy, Navika Kotia, Himanshu Soni, and Lakshya Khurana. The show’s narrative revolves around protagonist Ambika’s endeavor to challenge the notion that ‘Saas kabhi maa, aur bahu kabhi beti nahi ban sakti’ by adopting a girl child, Kesar, and raising her as a bahu rather than a beti, with the aim of keeping the family together in the future.