Mumbai, Aug 8 (IANS) Actress Ridhima Pandit is excited to explore a negative character in TV show “Bahu Humari Rajni_kant”. She is experimenting new looks for it.
Ridhima rose to fame as the lovable robot in the Life OK show. But after a recent change in track, the viewers will see the coy and daughter-in-law turn into a vamp.
“Both Rajni and Ridhima scanned and looked up all the popular vamps on television to prepare for the role. I personally loved Komolika (from ‘Kasautii Zindagii Kay’) in the vamp look and the different bindis she used to wear on the show,” Ridhima said in a statement.
“I too have tried different looks on the show,” she added.
For her role of a vamp, her weapon is a whip.
“So if anyone doesn’t listen to Rajni, she becomes a hunterwali. Even off screen I am being a prankster and trying to scare everyone with the whip. It’s been a lot of fun shooting for this sequence and I hope the audiences like this absolutely extreme form of Rajni,” added the actress.
Shivya Pathania’s bike troubles
Actress Shivya Pathania, who will be seen in the TV show “Ek Rishta Saajhedari Ka”, says learning how to ride a bike is a tough task.
She was required to ride a bike for one of the scenes in the Sony Entertainment Television show, which goes on air from Monday. It also stars Kinshuk Vaidya, Waseem Mushtaq and Shivya.
“I always chose to sit on the back seat of the bike, so I never learnt how to ride it. But since there was a requirement of me riding a bike for in the show, I took it as a challenge to learn it,” Shivya said.
“The production house had arranged a trainer for me who used to teach me how to ride a bike. So every day I used to wake up at 6 a.m. and head to shoot to learn how to ride a bike. Though it was definitely a tough task but not to forget a great experience too,” she added.
Ashish Sharma chants ‘Shakti mantra’ on TV sets
Actor Ashish Sharma, who essays Ram in popular mythological show “Siya Ke Ram”, says he chants the ‘Shakti mantra’ before shooting action sequences for the TV show.
The Star Plus show is currently witnessing the war track between Ram and Raavan. It requires Ashish to perform some intensive fight scenes, and the actor says he gets inner strength by chanting the mantra.
“I have been working out since two months for the perfect physique required for the war sequence. But it is not only about physical strength, it is also about the mental strength.”
“Lord Ram used to perform ‘Shakti puja’ and that gave him inner peace and strength. I have been chanting the mantra every morning for a strong mental built after which I do my regular workout,” Ashish said in a statement.
“Siya Ke Ram” is a unique representation of Ramayana from Sita’s perspective.