Q: How easy is it for you to portray Bhoomi Viraani on the small screen'
Initially, I was somewhat apprehensive and couldnít relate to it totally as Bhoomi isnít similar to Resshmi in any way. But now I am enjoying it a great deal. I wish I was more like Bhoomi!
Q: Bhoomiís look has been particularly talked about!
Yes, her look is unique. She is particular about her makeup. She is into Westerns and not Indian outfits. She does her hair well, likes kaajal and wears a nose ring. So itís very nice.
Q: How friendly are you with the new generation on the sets'
I am very friendly with the entire young gang. Now I am actually missing all of them because currently my track is with my bua and Abir. However, with them itís nice too.
Q: What about the older generation of actors'
Meera played by Subhaavi is actually close to our age and she is very friendly and helpful. I am friendly with Hiten Tejwani who plays my dad. Also Suvarna Jha who plays Trupti and Tasneem who plays Mohini are quite friendly. Everyone on the set gives Ba (Smriti Iraani) the well deserved respect.
Q: What about your special friendship with Mouni Roy, who plays Krishna Tulsi'
First of all she is a Bengali. She is young and new. So I try to help and guide her as much as I can. She was staying with me at my place when she landed in Mumbai.
Q: Now your modelling career is going great guns, too'
Oh, yes! I am the brand ambassador of Nyle herbal shampoo. I am also modelling for Nerolac Paints and a couple of other products.
Q: Were you initially disappointed when your film career didnít take off'
I did like five-six projects, but unfortunately, for some reason or the other they didnít get released. Baba Films was one of the prestigious banners that I had worked with. But maybe luck just wasnít with me.
Q: You might be doing a Balaji film tomorrow'
Oh, yes, who knows'