Aunty and Uncle have become easy fall-backs when addressing people including distant associates, neighbors, acquaintances, and even total strangers who are older than oneself. The title Aunty is so overused that every adult actress in our Telly town is a potential aunty for many.
As Sneha turns a year wiser and celebrates her 26th birthday today, we asked her what are the side effects of gaining success at such a young age.
In a frank conversation with TellyBuzz, Sneha Wagh says, "Recognition has its pros and cons. I don't accept friend requests from unknown people on social networking sites. Therefore, they keep on sending me messages, saying, Aunty please accept kar lo. Hum aapke bahot bade fans hai."
We wonder that it might be the kids who cause the slip-up blunder. Regarding the same the actress says, "It's not just kids who call me aunty, I'm talking about 60% of the people who wish to get in touch with me. Now I can't keep telling everyone that I'm just 25 years old."
Being in her twenties and been called an 'aunty' too many times, by too many adults who she barely know, is obviously a moment of displeasure. Sneha says, "It's just that people consider me as Ratan Parjai in real life too, who is a mother of two kids. But in reality, I'm the most annoying and mischievous kid."
On being asked, if Sneha wishes to pass over a message to her fans and well-wishers, the actress did not miss the opportunity to clarify, "Yes, I would like to tell everybody that I'm not really too old, so please stop calling me Aunty!"
We at TellyBuzz wish Sneha a very Happy Birthday and a wonderful year ahead!