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Ayesha Jhulka dismissed the news of rift with Manisha Koirala, said- did many shows together


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Actress Ayesha Jhulka stars as Pallavi Dhoklia in Prime Video’s Happy Family Conditions Apply. In a recent conversation with Hindustan Times, the actor talked about his character, his real family and a lot more. Read also: Happy Family Conditions Apply Trailer

Ayesha Jhulka’s Happy Family Conditions Apply released on Prime Video in March.

Happy Family Conditions Apply is based around a dysfunctional family as the four generations live under one roof and find themselves in situations that are both relatable and hilarious. It stars Ratna Pathak Shah, Raj Babbar, Atul Kulkarni and Sanah Kapoor among others.

Ayesha Jhulka tells us about her role as Pallavi, wife of Ramesh Dholakia (played by Atul). “Pallavi is the binding force that keeps the family intact. She ignores many things and does not want any division or discord in this family. He is that one person in all of our families,” she says.

Is she the anchor of her real life family too? “I think I am; that’s why it’s relatable and I thought I would really fit in. It was a different kind of joy to be a part of the series because we don’t often get to see such wonderful, light-hearted but meaningful shows.” Let’s see. I am really lucky to be a part of it.

What does a happy family with ‘conditions’ mean to him? Ayesha shared her view, “We take families for granted. Back in our minds, we know they are always there for us. All five fingers are not the same. Not everyone in the family will agree with you. The conditions that apply are clear; There are so many things we have to accept, and you still have to make sure we stay together, no matter who says what or how. This applies to all families.”

When asked if Ayesha also had a condition in her family, she neither denied nor accepted it. “There are no conditions. It happens naturally. The conditions are just there for outsiders or onlookers to see that there are shortcomings or shortcomings. But how we deal with it is what makes it a happy family. When I watch the series While shooting, I realized that sometimes we have to stop and give a little special time to our elders and family members, even if we have to go out of our way,” she said.

The actor shared a fond memory from the making of the show, which happened during their outdoor shoot in Matheran. “We all stayed in a hotel which was fully booked by our production house. After packing up around 5 in the evening, we used to sit together for dinner. Aatish Kapadia and JD really tell us about their life experiences. Gradually it turned into a laughter riot every evening. We all looked forward to it, it was hilarious. Dinner used to be 3-5 hours. I personally enjoyed it a lot,” she recalls with a big laugh.

Ayesha further went on to talk about International Women’s Day. While earlier in March, several actors spoke about women empowerment, many also pointed out how women sometimes don’t stand up for each other. Ayesha said, “We are human beings, we have different emotions. We feel envy and jealousy. We may have some resentment. But I personally feel strongly that we should support each other. I’m sure it’s easier said than done. But I believe the world should be a simpler place. Anyway, there is naturally a lot of stress around us, times have changed, and life is moving fast. I really believed that we need to support the human race in every good deed. I work with a lot of women, so I feel that when a woman feels weak, she should know her strength.

Actresses were pitted against each other in the ’90s, speaking about the need for women to support each other. One such old report is claiming that Manisha Koirala went against Ayesha Julka and called her sick. Was it true? Ayesha clarifies, “No, I have not heard of any such report. In fact, we have done many shows together. See let me tell you something, the news of pitting women against each other, defaming, backbiting and fighting is portrayed by others more than we ourselves.

“You see in Hush Hush, we have a lot of women. It’s an all female cast, even behind the camera there were women. So it’s nothing like that. We did a great job, we never had any issues.” It happened. In fact, we enjoyed it more because our sensibilities matched. It’s more of a creation than a happening,” she added.

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