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Television actress Ankita Bhargava has gone through a really low phase following her miscarriage. Though, husband Karan Patel, friends and family supported her through this, the actress while talking to Times of India revealed that there was one thing that rescued her. Besides, expressing her love for it, she also said that the future will always unfold according to the god's plan. The actress seemed hesitant to talk about starting a family with Karan Patel. This is what Ankita had to say about getting through the lowest phase of her life and looking forward to the future.
This Came To Her Rescue
For those of you who don't know, Ankita Bhargava loves painting. She said, "Painting came to my rescue when I was going through a difficult phase. Even otherwise, it has made me a stronger and better person. Today, I have accepted that whatever happened was according to God's plan. The future, too, will unfold as planned by Him."
On Starting A Family
When asked about starting a family with Karan Patel, Ankita was hesitant to answer. She said, "It's too personal a subject to talk about. I don't want to wish, pray or hope for anything at the moment. Karan and I have moved on and we have been each other's biggest support."
Painting Gives Her Unadulterated Focus
She further added, "I find solace in painting, and I paint whatever inspires me. What I love about painting is that for those three-four hours every day, it gives me unadulterated focus. There are no phone calls, text messages... the mind doesn't wander in different directions. My maiden artwork was a Buddha painting and I found it meditative. I have now started doing abstract work and have made a few for my actor friends,".
Karan Encourages Her A Lot
"He sends me photographs of sketches and paintings that he likes, wanting me to replicate them on canvas. Meanwhile, my father-in-law wants me to make a painting for our home, but I feel that I need to hone my talent further for that.", she said.