Punctuality is something that is hard to follow. While we have often heard about celebrities being fashionably late on sets and events, there are some stars who do value time. But Bigg Boss 13's contestant Rashami Desai is not one of those who is known for her punctuality. In a recent interview, the lady narrated how she always gets late for any event and that she is not proud of this fact. She also revealed her experience of travelling in a local train once as she wanted to skip Mumbai's horrible traffic.
In the live session with TellyChakkar, Rashami mentioned how she used to live in Vile Parle and was late to reach the location set in Lower Parel. Hence, she decided to take the Mumbai local and she covered her face. She stated that it was quite an experience for her to travel on a local train. Desai also mentioned that she is always half an hour late from the time she is expected to arrive. Not that she is proud of this fact but she did mention that people living in Mumbai have to do their household chores on their own even if they are a celebrity. Knowing that she is one of the top TV actresses, Rashami, without being hesitant, confessed about her time issues and said that she needs to follow time-discipline.
On the other hand, as she in quarantine, Rashmi Desai recently took to her social media to share a sexy picture of herself in a saree as she accepted Balraj Syal’s #SareeChallenge. Amused with Rashami’s hot picture, the Mujhse Shaadi Karoge contestant gave an epic reply.
Talking about her professional life, Desai is currently playing the role of a Naagin in Ekta Kapoor’s supernatural show Naagin 4. She plays the role of Shalakha who is seen fighting with Brinda aka Nia Sharma over their husband Dev played Vijayendra Kumeria. ALSO READ: Sidharth Shukla's Viral Video Of Slapping Rashami Desai On Loop May Get All #SidRa Shippers Upset
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