Deepika Singh showcases her kitchen skills with ‘chhappan bhog’ for ‘Mangal Lakshmi’

Mumbai, April 3 (IANS) Actress Deepika Singh shared insights into her preparation for an upcoming sequence on the show ‘Mangal Lakshmi,’ where her character will be seen cooking 56 dishes. Drawing from personal experiences, Deepika incorporated her culinary skills into her character’s journey, adding authenticity to the storyline.

In the upcoming episodes, Mangal (played by Deepika) will cook ‘chhappan bhog’ for her husband Adit (Naman Shaw), aiming to uplift his spirits. Deepika revealed that she paid attention to details like using her own rolling pin to enhance the realism of Mangal’s story, and even provided cooking tips during the shoot to make the scenes more genuine.

“I enjoy portraying the nuances of a homemaker’s life through Mangal’s character, particularly her passion for cooking. In one scene, the viewers will see Mangal preparing ‘chappan bhog’ for her husband, highlighting the dedication and love that homemakers pour into their daily routines,” Deepika expressed.

Deepika further emphasized the efforts of homemakers in nurturing families and relationships, stating, “Using my cooking skills was incredibly helpful while preparing for this scene. Additionally, I also offered several cooking-related suggestions during the filming to ensure that the scene looks real and relatable.”

In the upcoming episodes of ‘Mangal Lakshmi,’ tensions escalate as Adit’s confession of an affair triggers unexpected twists and blame games. While Mangal strives to mend her relationship, Lakshmi faces a dangerous situation. Viewers can catch the show on Colors to witness the unfolding drama.

The seamless blend of Deepika’s culinary expertise with her character’s storyline in ‘Mangal Lakshmi’ offers a glimpse into the dedication and love that homemakers put into their daily lives, adding depth and authenticity to the show’s narrative.


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