Mumbai, Feb 6 (IANS) Actor Ashish Sharma, currently seen as Ram in the popular mythological show “Siya Ke Ram”, turns to background score to ace the scene without overdoing the emotional quotient.
The actor insists on a background score, which will be used with the episode when it goes on air, to be played while he is shooting for the particular shot.
“This (having background score) helps me emote better as well as understand the scene better. This is something I personally introduced so that we can get the perfect take at all times,” Ashish said in a statement.
The Star Plus show is now moving ahead towards a grand Ram-Sita’s wedding sequence. And the actor has been shooting day in and day out for the track, but he is not at all fretting over the pile of work.
“It is one of the biggest unions in the history of cultural India. We’re leaving no stone unturned for the track and the audience will be in awe of the Ramayana like never before,” he said.
Mahhi Vij’s tryst with creepy-crawly creatures
Actress Mahhi Vij says “Khatron Ke Khiladi – Kabhi Peeda Kabhi Keeda” has helped her do away with her fear of dead fishes, saying that with every task she is becoming stronger.
“I have always been scared of creepy crawlies until I overcame my fear by dunking in my face in a box full of them. I believe, with every task, we all have come out stronger surpassing all our fear,” Mahhi said in a statement.
The show, which is hosted by Bollywood actor Arjun Kapoor, is aired on Colors channel. In this week’s episode, the audience will see Mahhi dunk her face in a tank full of dead fishes.
She further shared: “This task was one time when I pushed all my limits to successfully complete it. This is one show that challenges you mentally and physically and tests every bit of you. While I got a round of applause from the team for displaying courage during the task, I could not hold back my tears as it was much more than a mere ask for me.”
Manasi Rachh dons the hat of a student again
Manasi Rachh, who essayed the role of a student in “Student of the Year”, has turned into a student yet again, but for the small screen this time. The actress will be seen essaying the character of a student in TV show “Yeh Hai Aashiqui”.
Manasi will be seen playing the role of an NRI student in the first episode of the upcoming season of the show, which will air from February 21 on bindass channel.
“It has always been a pleasure working with the crew and cast who are so involved in making that love story which is both unconventional and exciting as well,” Manasi said in a statement.
The story revolves around the complex relationship between Arohi (played by Manasi) and her blind teacher Neel (played by Vikas Manaktala).
Manasi, who has also been a part of a string of advertisements before foraying into films and TV, described her character as “carefree and someone who follows her heart and falls in love with her blind teacher”.