Deepak Tijori's Daughter, Samara Reveals She Had Cried After Watching Her Dad Die In Film, 'Ghulam'

Deepak Tijori's daughter, Samara Tijori opened up about her feelings when she had seen her father's film and had thought that he had died. Read on to know more!

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Deepak Tijori's Daughter, Samara Reveals She Had Cried After Watching Her Dad Die In Film, 'Ghulam'

Bollywood actor, Deepak Tijori's daughter, Samara Tijori is all grown up. She had started her acting career as an assistant director. The gorgeousness wanted to pursue criminology, but she soon discovered her love for acting and decided to follow her passion. In 2021, Samara had made her debut with Zee's original film, Bob Biswas starring, Abhishek Bachchan. 

For the unversed, Deepak Tijori was married to fashion designer, Shivani Tijori. However, after being together for 22 years, the couple had parted ways. In 2017, rumours of their ugly split had made rounds on the internet. But looks like it's all in the past, as the family had moved on and their share a cordial bond. 

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Recently, in an interview with Zoom TV digital, Samara talked about the time when she was watching her father's film, Ghulam, and had thought that her father had actually died. She had shared that she was just 5 or 6 years old then and during the train sequence, Samara had thought that something had happened to him. She said:

"When he did Ghulam, we were watching it at home. I was 5-6. I saw that train sequence, and that's a very well-cut sequence, you actually feel someone's hurt. I saw that and I thought my dad died,I started crying and howling."

Samara further revealed that her father was not in the home, and she started crying loudly, thinking that something had happened to her. She had called it a traumatic experience and had decided not to watch his films. She shared:

"And he was there in the house, he just wasn't next to me but he was there in the house. And I was like no, papa is gone. I was like I am not watching. I don't want to see anything bad happen, I don't want to see anything happen to you or hurt you, so I stopped watching. But obviously, at some point, I grew up, and then I saw all his films one after the other,"

On the work front, Samara will be next seen in the web series, Masoom!

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