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This pictures prove Anupamaa’s Rupali Ganguly is quite a fashionesta

Be it the most irresponsible and funny Monisha from Sarabhai vs Sarabhai or the most adorable mother Anu from Anupamaa, Rupali Ganguly has always proved herself in different characters. Her presently running soap opera is ruling the hearts of Television viewers. Her character Anupamaa is gaining all the love from the audience.

People love to see her as a woman who is strong, fierce, emotional and at the same time traditional.

Audiences instinctively connect with her because she oozes the lady next door aura. But this isn’t about her personality. It’s time to have a look at Rupali Ganguly’s fashion choices, which differ slightly from Anu’s. Though she is typically dressed in sarees or lehengas in the show, this article looks at the times when Rupali Ganguly channelled her inner modern diva and rocked western clothing.

Scroll down to look at some of Rupali Ganguly’s most gorgeous avatars

 

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Meanwhile, Rupali took a long break from TV after her previous show Kuchh Khattee Kuchh Meethi aired in 2013. Talking about her comeback she previously told Hindustan Times, “I wasn’t getting the kind of characters I wanted to play. I wasn’t keen on just playing a mother or sister. If I’m doing a daily soap I would like my character to drive the narrative. I wanted something that I haven’t done before. If the role doesn’t satisfy me, then it won’t reflect in my performance and I won’t be able to make it interesting for the audience. But that doesn’t mean there wasn’t anything good happening on TV, just that things didn’t work out for me”.

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In a world full of writers, I'll just be another one with an edge to be the best. I am Reema Chhabda, a content writer by trade and part-time poet.

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