Tamkenat Criticizes Channels For Promoting Bad Actors


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Tamkenat is a physician, humorist, social media content developer, and social activist. She has done amazing work on social media, and now she is breaking out as a mainstream actress with programs like Kala Doriya and Stand Up Girl. Her portrayal of Hina in Standup Girl was memorable, and she became one of the show’s most popular characters. She was a guest on Something Haute and offered his thoughts on a variety of topics, including Hina’s feelings for Raju.

When asked why Hina chose Raju over Mirza, she stated she agreed with the writer’s point of view because Hina fell for a person who had wasted half his life adoring Hina, but Mirza was only a flirt. She went on to say that if she were Tamkenat, she would have placed Raju in jail for the shrine he had erected in his room, but Hina adored it.

This is what she said:

Tamkenat also discussed how networks now not only cast people based on their social media following but actively promote shows featuring such people. Those people may be nice, and Tamkenat has nothing against them, but they are not usually the finest performers, which is why terrible shows receive higher ratings. People preferred a drama like Standup Girl, but, it will not receive the same kind of press.

Tamkenat also stated that the public is quite clever and enjoys watching good material, but most melodramatic dramas are pushed, and many people are unaware that anything decent is shown on television.

Here is what she said:

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