The answer to this question would differ from person to person. For some people all the fame and recognition they receive for their work is worth it and for some, the experience is humiliating and traumatizing. Like recently, there have been reports of two actors, Jyoti Sharma and Pranav Misshra, the lead pair of “Aisi Deewangi…Dekhi Nahi Kahi” who complained about the “inhuman treatment” that they had been enduring for about a year where in they were made to work 18 hours a day ‘with out food and water’ or proper rest breaks. They also alleged the producers of forcing them to work and be on set even when they were unwell. The actress reported that the safety meassures for stunt scenes were also very poor and she ended up injuring her back while shooting one of the scenes. Both the actors confirmed to having been diagnosed with and suffer from anxiety, stress and Depression. This is not one of the first cases of difficult conditions for actors in the TV industry that have surfaced in recent times. Therefore, it is safe to say that while some actors in the industry really love what they do and enjoy the perks, for some others, the conditions are no less than challenging (like most jobs) and sometimes even more demanding.