Sarika stated that she was compelled to take a step again from movie roles for a number of years as a result of she simply wasn’t getting adequate provides. She didn’t anticipate that her sabbatical could be prolonged due to the coronavirus pandemic, nevertheless, and made the choice to return as a result of her ‘money ran out’.
In an interview with News18, Sarika stated that she spent a beautiful 5 years doing theatre, however needed to return to higher-paying jobs as a result of theatre alone can’t maintain an actor. She stated that she’d made lower than Rs 3000 doing performs, which simply isn’t sufficient.
“I don’t know, I just thought I was wasting life in a way if you look at it. You wake up every morning, (things) don’t happen, you go to sleep. So I just decided to take one year’s break and not do any work. Go away and do something totally different,” she stated.
Sarika added, “Lockdown happened and the money ran out, so where do you go? You go back to acting because in theatre you just get like Rs. 2000-2700 and you can’t do anything so this is why I was not at all there. It was a very conscious decision but I thought it would be for a year but it turned out to be five years. Those were great five years.”
The National Award-winning Sarika’s final movie was 2016’s Baar Baar Dekho, starring Sidharth Malhotra and Katrina Kaif. She will subsequent be seen within the Prime Video sequence Modern Love: Mumbai, a derivative to the American authentic, which will likely be launched on Friday. She additionally appeared in a cameo in final yr’s Call My Agent: Bollywood, one other remake of a world present.