Playing a warrior really challenging: Soni Singh (TV Snippets)

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Mumbai, July 26 (IANS) Actress Soni Singh finds playing a warrior in the show “Aarambh” challenging and exciting.

“Playing a female warrior is really challenging and exciting. It’s not a regular drama. It gives you a chance of doing stunts and challenge yourself as an actor,” she said in a statement.

“To play Syala in ‘Aarambh’, I’m working out in a gym a lot so that I can look like a warrior. I do heavy weights to look strong on screen. I also need to wear heavy outfits, ornaments and make-up,” added the actress, who has done shows like “Saraswatichandra” and “Bigg Boss”.

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Historical roles come with responsibilities: Dolly Sohi

Actress Dolly Sohi, a part of the cast of the historical period drama “Peshwa Bajirao”, finds historical roles challenging.

“I have essayed powerful roles as a modern woman in shows like ‘Kalash’ and ‘Ek Tha Raja Ek Thi Rani’. That was kind of easy to do as it was based on an imaginary woman. But historical roles come with responsibilities as you have to portray someone who lived,” she said in a statement.

She added: “When I got the role I got very excited thinking that I wouldn’t have to drape the same sari anymore, but now I have realised it is a real pain wearing heavy outfits. But as an actor doing such roles helps you.”

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Nehha Pendse turns Dracula for TV show

Actress Nehha Pendse is set to play Dracula in the upcoming episodes of the popular TV show “May I Come in Madam?”

“I have experimented a lot with my looks in my career till now. I love the character of Madam on the show, I always get an opportunity to experiment with my look,” Nehha said in a statement.

“The makers of ‘May I Come In Madam?’ have always given me an open stand to select and design my own costumes. As an actor, I love to experiment with my look. Dracula’s styling and make-up was different from what I usually do on screen. I enjoyed doing it,” she added.

“May I Come in Madam?”, aired on Life OK, also features Sandeep Anand and Sapna Sikarwar.

–IANS

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