Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah: Sunayana Fozdar asks fans to welcome Anjali as she shares pictures with onscreen husband, Shailesh Lodha

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Neha Mehta who recently quit popular TV show, Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah has been replaced by Sunayana Fozdar. The actress took to her Instagram handle as she began shooting for the show. Sunayana Fozdar shared pictures with her on-screen husband, Taarak Mehta aka Shailesh Lodha. She asked people to welcome her as Anjali on the show as she needs their support. "All an artist lives for is to entertain its audience. Please Welcome Me welcome Anjali in Taarak mehta ka ulta chashmah Mon -Fri 8:30pm. Need your wishes and support coz like always yourl are my strength. Ganpati bappa morya #taarakmehtakaooltahchashmah @taarakmehtakaooltahchashamh @sabtv," she captioned her post. In case you haven't seen it yet, here you go:

Sunayana looks very pretty as Anjali and we can see their chemistry already.

Meanwhile, in an interview with ETimes, Neha Mehta the actress who played Anjali on the show opened up on leaving the show after 12-years. "Yes, there were issues, but I believe that sometimes, silence speaks for itself. Also, I felt that I needed to move on and grow. I need to explore other platforms like films and web series. Also, when you become a part of a project for such a long time, you settle into a comfort zone and don't think of any other opportunities. Over the last few years, I got some interesting offers, but I let them go because I felt this show was my family."

When asked whether monetary aspects for her decision the actress said, "I would not like to comment on that but I do feel that in many areas discipline and decorum was not maintained on the sets. I felt it was important that without creating any hassles, I should gracefully exit the show. But, this does not mean that I have no respect for the show or the production house. I had wanted to leave for quite sometime now and it's a great brand and as our producer (Asit Kumarr Modi) rightly says, the show must go on."

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