Urmila Matondkar Breaks Silence On Debate Around Sob Stories On Reality Shows: “People Should Know Their Journey”

Here’s why Urmila Matondkar thinks contestants’ journey is important (Picture Credits: Instagram)

Indian television reality shows often have some emotional elements to connect with the audience but lately, it is fair to say that they have gone overboard. These tragic segments, now known as ‘sob stories’, have become extremely common, even being included in almost every episode. After varying reactions from several judges, actor and now judge, Urmila Matondkar, opened up on why it is important to showcase a contestant’s journey.

for the unknown, Urmila She is a popular Bollywood actress who has worked in many hit films over the years. Her 1995 film Rangeela is still remembered as a classic and even though she does not often act in films, she is quite active on social media, especially on political matters. She was also in news last year when she had an online fight with Kangana Ranaut over a series of differences of opinion.

In the most recent turn of events, it was announced that Urmila Matondkar will be the judge on the upcoming season of DID Super Moms. In conversation with The Times of India, speaking about the upcoming gig, Actress What to expect from the show was openly talked about, especially since so many things about reality shows go beyond sobbing stories.

Urmila Matondkar believes that it is extremely important to focus on the journey of contestants participating in reality shows. “People should know about his journey and the hard work he has put in,” he said.

Urmila Matondkar also assured that the contestants have been selected on the basis of their talent and not their background or stories. “We have made sure that only those who are talented enough to move forward,” he said.

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