One of the four leads of the reality series The Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives, Neelam Kothari, has claimed that the show isn't scripted. According to her, she and her co-stars Maheep Kapoor, Seema Sajdeh and Bhavana Pandey decided to discuss a problem, and all of that is real. In September, Netflix released the show's second season.
Neelam Kothari is an actor and Samir Soni's wife. Actor Sanjay Kapoor's wife, Maheep Kapoor, actor Chunky Panday's wife, Bhavana Pandey, and actor-turned-director Sohail Khan's ex-wife Seema Sajdeh are all famous Bollywood stars. The four ladies' personal and professional life are followed on the show.
Fabulous Lives Of Bollywood Wives Not Scripted
Neelam Kothari claimed The Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives was not scripted while speaking at the India Today Conclave recently. It wasn't planned. They told her that such, and such a location would be where they shoot, but it is up to them what they choose to talk about. It's up to them whether we fight or cry, she revealed while discussing the show's planning and how it all started.
In some of the scenes of the show in both of its seasons, the four women have gotten quite personal with each other and discussed their insecurities, differences and also the friendship they hold. Fighting on screen about their own personal matter and for non-professional actors (except for Neelam Kothari) seemed surprising for the viewers and most assumed that it was all scripted.
However, she added that they had decided to avoid discussing some of their private matters on the programme. They have known the three for about 25 years, she told. They have a great time when they are together. They decided some things were off-limits before the broadcast ever started. Every single thing is real. Every time they have a good time or a blast, it is genuine. Because there has never been stuff like this in India, people also love it.
Neelam had a busy acting career in the 1980s and 1990s. She has appeared in a number of movies, including Ilzaam (1986), Khudgarz (1987), Hatya (1988), Farz Ki Jung (1989), Taaqatwar (1989), and Do Qaidi (1989). She has collaborated on many movies with Chunky, Bhavana's husband, and Aag Hi Aag. Her final major hit was the 1999 movie Hum Saath-Saath Hain: We Stand United.
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