Suhasi Dhami back on TV as hands-on housewife
New Delhi: Suhasi Dhami is set to return to the small screen. She will soon be seen as a multi-tasking housewife Sona in the new show 'Housewife hai... Sab Jaanti Hai'.
The 24-year-old became a household name as Swarn Abha in daily soap 'Yahan Main Ghar Ghar Kheli'.
In 'Housewife...', which will be aired on Zee TV, Sona will be seen quitting her job as a journalist to become a housewife. She brings her in-law's chaotic house in order. Suhasi says she connects to her role very well.
"I am extremely glad to be back on Zee TV with my role of Sona in 'Housewife Hai … Sab Jaanti Hai'. The very premise of the show excites me as I feel strongly about the subject," Suhasi said in a statement.
The actress feels that housewives play an important role in keeping everything in the house intact and they should not be underestimated.
"Households that run like well-oiled machinery will come to a standstill and families will fall apart if these hardworking women stop doing the job they do! Yet, they are constantly made to feel like they do not make a significant contribution," she said.
The show is directed by Gulshan Sachdeva.
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