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Paridhi Sharma shares her concern about depression

"Patiala Babes" actress Paridhi Sharma says shooting a sequence around depression for the TV show was tough, but the makers dealt with it with the "utmost care".

In the current track, viewers will see child actress Ashnoor Kaur, seen as Mini in the show, suffering from depression.

"Shooting for the depression sequence with Ashnoor was our utmost concern and we dealt with her in the best possible way," Paridhi said in a statement.

Before starting to shoot the sequence, the cast, along with the director and writer came together to explain to Ashnoor the meaning of depression. Even her parents stepped in to help her understand.

Paridhi, who plays the mother of Ashnoor in the Sony Entertainment Television show, made sure that the whole sequence of depression didn't affect Ashnoor in any way.

Paridhi said: "I am acquainted with a few couples who got separated due to different reasons and
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Patiala Babes get Americi Tadka with Chef Vikas Khanna

Patiala Babes on Sony Entertainment Television, beautifully depicts the unbreakable bond of mother and daughter. Michelin starred chef Vikas Khanna recently made his apprearance on the sets during his search of different flavors of India ?and lands in a Baisakhi carnival in Patiala. Mini aka Ashnoor Kaur convinced her babes Babita aka Paridhi Sharma to participate in the competition judged by Vikas Khanna. While Babita was nervous and excited at the same time to be a part of this competition, she ends up winning it. She puts all her efforts and applies tricks shared by her mother and grandmother and makes extremely delicious aloo tikkis. No other dish in the competition could stand against those tikkis and Babita takes home the winning credits. Babita also lands herself an opportunity to host Chef Vikas Khanna at her home.After her win Babita and Mini were personally congratulated by Chef Vikas Khanna.
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