Tanishaa Mukerji shares a loving relationship with her brother-in-law Ajay Devgn. The actress recently recalled the time when the actor stepped in to support her in her failing career.
In an interview with Siddharth Kanan, Tanishaa discussed how Ajay Devgn stepped in to support her when she faced a challenging period of around 2-3 years without work.According to her, Ajay observed the situation and decided to intervene to help her navigate through the rough phase in her career. Tanishaa shared that Ajay came into the picture after her initial launch, and during the time when her career was on a downward trajectory. In an effort to assist her, Ajay arranged for a secretary, KS Sanjay, emphasizing his supportive role during that period.

Tanishaa expressed her admiration for Ajay, describing him as a “lovely” human being who genuinely takes care of the family.

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Tanishaa shared that in the initial phase of her career, despite receiving several film offers, she opted not to take them up due to a lack of connection with the scripts. According to her, those films lacked substance and depth, representing a peculiar time in the industry when she entered. She expressed a desire to have taken on more projects but explained that she didn’t feel a connection with the subjects, characters, and considered herself not a genuine actor during that period.
Tanishaa featured in films such as Neal ‘n’ Nikki (2005), Sarkar (2005), Tango Charlie (2005), and One Two Three (2008).

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