"The journey has been amazing no doubt. I have learnt so much and had the opportunity to grow with both roles, but the double role of Zara and Indira is becoming a bit taxing now," Rati said in a statement.
"The whole team is working really hard as we have been shooting non-stop with no episode banks. Since Zara and Indira are present in every scene, I need to change my get-ups very frequently and this increases the work load. The combination scenes of Zara and Indira are again very difficult to handle since I basically have to do the same scene twice," she added.
But even as it has become hectic for the actress, viewers have liked her in both the avatars. Rati says she "never understood viewers' point of view".
"Whenever I have thought the ratings would fall, the TRPs actually went up and vice-versa. For me, the best phase is not when the ratings come in. I feel the initial days of 'Hitler Didi' and the phase soon after the leap, where Zara was introduced were the best phases of the show," said the 30-year-old.
"Hitler Didi" is aired on Zee TV, is located in the backdrop of Chandni Chowk, Delhi.
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