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Mahabharata’s Draupadi is going to make a comeback on TV after 6 years, will she give competition to ‘Taarak Mehta’?

Arun Sharma

By Arun Sharma

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Pooja Sharma has played many famous characters from Mahakali to Draupadi. Image Credit Source: Social Media

Sony SAB TV’s popular serial ‘Madam Sir’ is going to make a comeback on the small screen with Season 2. Bhavika Sharma of ‘Gam Hai Kisi Ke Pyaar Mein’ was seen playing an important role in season 1 of this serial. When the news of the show’s second season was confirmed, Bhavika’s fans thought that their favorite actress would join the show once again. But the production house has roped in a new cast for Madam Sir season 2. Now it will not be Bhavika but actress Pooja Sharma who played the role of ‘Draupadi’ in the serial Mahabharata will be seen playing the lead role in ‘Madam Sir 2’.

Pooja Sharma has been away from the small screen for the past 6 years. People loved the characters played by him in Puranic serials. After playing the role of Draupadi in Mahabharata, Pooja was seen playing the role of Parvati in the serial ‘Mahakali’. Apart from this, she also played the role of Saryu Nadi in ‘Ram Siya Ke Luv Kush’. Now after a long break, Pooja is going to re-enter TV in a different fashion. She is going to play a dashing female police officer in ‘Madam Sir’.

will give competition to Tarak Mehta

So far all Pooja Sharma’s serials have performed very well in the TRP race. On Sony SAB TV, it will compete with the channel’s number one show ‘Taarak Mehta Ka Oolta Chashma’. Dilip Joshi To compete with this popular show, they have to get at least a 1.8 rating. Now the audience will accept this TV’s ‘Draupadi’ in the role of a police officer? Whether they will have to struggle for ratings on the TRP charts like other Sony Sub TV shows, it will be interesting to see.

Arun Sharma

Arun Sharma

I am Arun Sharma, a versatile news writer covering entertainment, sports, and breaking news.

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