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Surbhi Chandna Discusses The Trauma That Every Ordinary Girl Has To Go Through Often.


Days were easier when Mumma used to get the kids dressed. But unfortunately, things get tougher since the day the kids start to do things for themselves. Wondering what, where, how and why?



Then look at the recent post of Surbhi Chanda, where the woman is not looking all dressed up with makeup, hairdo, lipstick and the desi outfit like people see her on-screen. She is herself tired of how messy she is in real life. And this can be clearly portrayed from the caption against her post. Chandna has quoted “Washing My Hair was the toughest task of the day and dressing up second #swipeleft #hairwashday #lockdownlife”. This is the story of every girl next door. Wet hair, rainy tresses and those locks only look good on the reel, while it takes real patience to unlock the hairy mess and Surbhi too says the same.



On the work front, Surbhi has made appearances in many of the popular TV shows, starting from Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashma. She began her journey from Sab TV in 2009 while has gained immense popularity within the decade. Surbhi commendably played the part of deaf Haya in the serial Qubool Hai, that gave her much applauds. Lately, she became the lead bahu Annika opposite Nakul Mehta in Ishqbaaz and Dil Boley Oberoi. From being the style icon to be the diva to the desi, Surbhi knows how to nail in every form. This can be further seen with the present role of Dr. Ishani Arora in the popular medical drama Sanjivani. 



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