When we see Indian television, we come across the ideal Indian bahus and what should be they like but in reality, no one is that sanskari. Have a look at the true avtar of these beauties:

Shubhangi Atre

Bhabhi Ji Ghar Pr Hain, fame, Shubhangi Atre is one of the most innocent characters of Indian televison. She portays the role of Angoori Bhabhi. However, have a look at her bold look. The actress often shares pictures of her in sizzling clothes flaunting her fab figure on exotic locations.

Sonarika Bhadoria

Sonarika who plays the role of Maa Parvati featuring in the show, ‘Devon Ke Dev… Mahadev’ that aired on Life OK made Sonarika rule the hearts. However, her gorgeous bold pictures once even landed her in trouble when twitteratis began trolling her on her revealing clothes and bikinis. Nevertheless the girl continues to shine.

Devoleena Bhattacharjee

Big Boss sensation and your Gopi Bahu that made all Indian mothers-in-law crave for a bahu like her, Devoleena Bhattacharjee from the TV show that aired on Star Plus, ‘Saath Nibhaana Saathiya’ has been a subject of a lot of memes. However, another reason why she continues to top the buzz chart is her sizzling hot photoshoot. The character that she plays is very dutiful, sanskaari, wearing only Indian attires and jewellery, but is quite contrasting when it comes to her real-life personality.

Tina Dutta

Garnering fame by Colors’s famous daily soap named Uttaran, Tina starred as an innocent girl who could hardly be seen in anything but salwar kameez. Depicting a sweet, simple and innocent side of herself on the show, the actress has got it all what it takes to outshine some major Bollywood actresses.

Rubina Dilaik

The ‘Choti Bahu’ of Zee TV, Rubina stole millions of hearts with her cuteness however it’s her class that makes the noise now. Rubina earned a lot of fame and love amongst the common people and she has since been cast in a lot of television serials as well. Nevertheless the chhoti bahu is not so sanskari in real life and her hot pictures tell the rest of the story.