For those that watched Home Shanti just lately, it was the relatability of the present that stood out. Capturing the journey of a middle-class household constructing the house of their goals, the present stars Supriya Pathak and Manoj Pahwa because the dad and mom who’ve been saving all their lives in order that they will afford the brick-and-mortar home. Pathak, who’s garnering popularity of her lived-in efficiency, says that the present rings a bell for her too.
“While it’s the most important thing, finding a home is the toughest experience. We have tried to bring the story across without much drama. Given that either comedy or thrillers are being streamed right now, Home Shanti will be a perfect break for families. It will make you feel like it’s your own story and will even leave a big smile on your face,” she stated in a chat with indianexpress.com.
As she spoke about it being a ‘relatable experience’, we quizzed her on the time she purchased her first house with husband Pankaj Kapur. Sharing that her father-in-law all the time propagated shopping for a home slightly than renting, the couple because the begin of their relationship needed to have a house collectively. “As we were about to get married, we decided to buy a house, but as usual we had no money. We took a loan and found a great place. As kids grew up, we knew we wanted a bigger place and that became a tough process. While house hunting, we would always fall short by this much. We couldn’t afford the house we liked and the money was always an issue. For me, buying the house we are living in is nothing but a miracle. Building a home is the toughest yet most cherished journey, and this is why the show is terribly relatable to me.”
On the present, Supriya Pathak’s character is most occasions at loggerheads together with her husband (performed by Manoj Pahwa) whereas finalising their dream home. When requested if she had the identical expertise in actual life too, the Khichdi actor laughed to share, “Pankaj ji and I have the same taste. So we didn’t really have any differences. I was lucky that way.”
Interestingly, Supriya shared that her father by no means believed in shopping for a home and therefore she has no reminiscence of constructing a house as a child. “I bought my first house with Pankaj. We lived in a rented place and since my father died very young, I didn’t know anything about getting a house.”
The actor stated that she grew up sharing the room with sister Ratna Pathak Shah. And whereas sharing area was by no means a difficulty, Supriya stated they fought over each small purpose. “We fought about everything but never about sharing space. Since there was no other room that we could go to after a fight, we had to stick together. Ratna didi and I have had huge fights about clothes or not keeping the soap in the right place. We had multiple fights all the time,” the actor stated with a smile.
Recently, Ratna Pathak Shah, in an interview had talked about how Supriya and Deepti Naval by no means bought the components that they deserved. When requested to offer her tackle the identical, the actor stated that whereas she doesn’t wish to negate her sister’s assertion, she doesn’t imagine that she wasn’t given her due. “That was the kind of work and roles that were there. The major part of the interesting work that we got was in parallel cinema. There were so many actors but no other outlet. I think I deserved what I got. And then television came in, where I did a lot of work. Personally, I am satisfied, I believe in destiny and fate. I don’t regret anything and actually believe that malik ki dua thi jo bohot mila (it was God’s grace that I got a lot),” Supriya Pathak concluded.