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Some old TV shows are still fresh in the minds of fans. One of these shows is Tu Tu Main Main. The late actress Reema Lagoo starred in the role of mother-in-law on this popular ’90s show. Supriya Pilgaonkar, on the other hand, played the role of daughter-in-law. For the fans who loved this show, there is good news that it is now making a comeback. This time Supriya Pilgaonkar will play the role of mother-in-law in the series. The actress was recently spotted speaking about the show’s return and her role.
Supriya loved the show
Sachin Pilgaonkar recently confirmed the comeback of “Tu Tu Main Main”. Sachin also announced that Supriya will play the role of the mother-in-law in the new series, which was taken over by Reema Lagoo in the old series. Regarding this, Supriya says that she is really looking forward to the comeback of this show. It brought him back to the past.
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This lecture on the role of the daughter-in-law
Supriya says, “It’s going to be really interesting to see who plays the daughter-in-law on the show and what the chemistry is between them and me on the show because Reemaji and I had really amazing chemistry on the old show,” the actress said continued: “There are many stars for this show, it will be really difficult to choose among them.” I hope that the creators cast someone who feels comfortable because our show is like Tom and Jerry. So it would be fun to be with someone who has that vibe.
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Remembered Reema Lagoo
Supriya Pilgaonkar says that playing the role of Reema Lagoo is not easy for her as she is compared to others. Supriya said, “I will miss Reema ji.” Of course, I also played the role of mother-in-law from time to time. But playing this role will be a real challenge for me. Secondly, people will definitely compare my character to Reema ji’s role in this series.
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