Television actress  Shubhangi Atre was recently in the news as people were speculating that the actress is joining politics after she was spotted at a political event, but the actress is confused about taking the move. It was also said that Shubhangi Atre, who essays the character Angoori bhabhi in ‘Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hai!’, is quitting the show to join politics. Well, the actress has rubbished the rumours and has told the media that she isn’t and she enjoys playing her role in the show. Also Read - Holi 2019: TV Actors Pearl V. Puri, Adnan Khan, Helly Shah And Others Share What Festival of Colours Means to Them

In a statement to IANS, Shubhangi has said, “I’m not quitting my show. I really don’t know from where these baseless rumours are coming from. People had spotted me at some political event and even the ongoing track in the show is about me standing in an election. So maybe rumours are coming from there.” She further added, “I’m enjoying playing the character and entertaining my fans.” Also Read - Bhabhi Ji Ghar Par Hain Actress Shubhangi Atre Unaffected by Trolls Who Shamed Her Wearing a Bikini, Adds She Does Not Regret it!

Shubhangi Atre shot to fame with her act in Kasautii Zindagii Kay and became a household name with Kasturi, is currently seen in Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hai! The actress replaced the Bigg Boss 11 contestant Shilpa Shinde for the popular character Angoori bhabhi in the show (in May last year). This is the second time that Shubhangi has replaced the latter in a show, earlier she had replaced Shilpa in the daily soap titled ‘Chidiya Ghar’ that aired on Sab TV. Also Read - Father's Day: Sara Khan, Kunal Jaisingh, Arshi Khan, Aly Goni Share Heartwarming Messages For Their Dads

Speaking of politics, the actress had said, “I’m confused at the point of time about joining politics, but yes I feel it is a good opportunity for us. As I feel youth in politics is the most accepted welcome change because for a youth nothing is actually impossible.”

She also feels that the youth of today can change the trend of politics. Shubhangi added, “Youth of today has the potential to change the current trend of politics not only in India but also around the globe. However, the biggest question is how the youth will get entry into it. Youth have the potential to offer a vastly untapped source of vitality, strength, fresh ideas, innovation and innocence that could refresh politics in a completely new way and provide new shape to the globe.”

With Inputs From IANS