Bed Breaks During intimate Shoot for Maryada: Lekin Kab Tak, Ridhi Dogra Opens Up
A shocking and interesting story has been disclosed by the television actress Ridhi Dogra of Maryada: Lekin Kab Tak?. Ridhi Dogra opened up about the incident that happened during the first day of their bold shoot. According to the report, While shooting the bold scene for the show, the bed was reportedly broken but was kept in secret.
Maryada: Lekin Kab Tak? A television show, based on a district in Haryana, story revolves around four women who are part of a perfect family, but a grave secret is hidden. Ridhi Dogra and Rakesh Bapat are playing a lead role in Maryada: Lekin Kab Tak?
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Recently, Ridhi had come to attend a TV show where she disclosed it to herself. Riddhi and Rakesh’s first meeting took place during this show. They both fell in love with each other during the show and in 2011 they married each other.
“How do you know this because no one else knows this thing?” She Asks
Riddhi, who is seen in the negative role of Nisha Aditya Jindal in the show of her TV show, recently joined the TV Actress Vahbbiz Dorabjee Talk Show. There, Vahbbiz Dorabjee asked about the incident of the breaking bed. After hearing this, the lady got stunned and said, “How do you know this because no one else knows this thing.” After this, she said about the incident, “We had broken the bed, on the first day of the shoot.”
She told that the pilots of both Star Plus show were indulging an intimate scene for the shoot. Ridhi told that she was already very scared and there was no confidant at all. Everyone wanted to show chemistry between us.
During the show, Ridhi also spoke about her craze towards saris. She said that she likes to wear a sari and she has a good collection of saris. Let’s say Riddhi and Rakesh’s duo are considered to be among the most beautiful pairs of TVs. Both of them are quite active on social media and often share their photos on Instagram. Riddhi started her career as a co-producer in the Zoom channel.