Sayantani Ghosh said in an interview to Siddharth Kannan that the producers were very upset after Tunisha’s departure. He thought of everyone’s emotional and mental health. The actress told, ‘It was not easy to go to the sets and work. The producer called all of us into his office and asked us how we were feeling. He has also offered us therapy sessions. Therapy sessions will be given especially to the children present on the set. Initially, he did not even invite the children on the set, but now he has to do so as the shooting is going on.
‘.. I thought the show would go off air’
Sayantani further told that earlier she thought that the show would go off air. But this is a TV show, with which the whole team is involved. Many people’s income and in other words life is linked to this show. In such a situation, the entire team took a difficult decision and thought of taking the show forward. Let us tell you that the shooting of ‘Ali Baba: Dastaan-e-Kabool’ has been started once again with a new lead.
How was Sayantani’s condition
Sayantani was also a close friend of Tunisha Sharma. During the interview, the actress told that it was not easy to return to the sets. She said, ‘I was feeling very broken after this incident. I could not handle myself emotionally. I felt like nothing in my life had any meaning. I wanted to cry for 5-6 days but could not cry. Not only mentally, she was not able to calm herself physically as well. I did not sleep for many nights.
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