Posted: 29 October 2008 at 3:42am | IP Logged
Shweta's getting a reality check
Kasauti Zindagi Kay ended, Prerna hasn't been seen in serials, but the
beauty is now focussing on reality shows. She is a part of Jalwa 4 2 ka
1, which starts next month and spoke of her experience.
"I am doing more reality shows simply because there are so many of
them happening and I am getting many offers," Shweta said, adding that
she always found something new to do. "Last time I was a trainer on Yeh
Hai Jalwa - and got to learn so many things while training my team,"
said Shweta, "I learnt I could do comedy, singing, and a bit of
dancing. I got the opportunity to reinvent myself. There are so many
qualities within us, which we do not know of."
Before this Shweta was a judge on Aajaa Mahi Vey,
of which she says: "Judging is the best bit about being on a reality
show. When you're a contestant, something or the other keeps affecting
you every week, but when you're a judge, you're there on the sets for
just a day. You comment on the performances and come back. Much less
Of competing, she said: "I am not a good dancer and
so I rehearse a lot," said Shweta, "and when you rehearse anything then
you naturally start doing that thing well. So then people start
thinking that you are brilliant at it. Acting is all about timing and
my timing is good so I am pretty confident that I can do comedy also.
My competitors like Mika, Rakhi and Shaktiji are best in their forte."
her judges she says:" I think Satishji can point out flaws in our
comedy very well. He is very good actor, director and a brilliant
comedian. Mahimaji will judge our presentation and costumes. But there
is a twist in the show: every episode we will have a third, celebrity,
judge and we will not know him or her at all."
Shweta considers Rakhi a tough competitor and thinks the item girl is the best amongst the contestants.
So what's next for Shweta on the reality show front?
'Since I have been judge and contestant, I want to now anchor a show," lovely Shweta says.
Jalwa 4 2 ka 1 starts November 2.
Sonali Joshi, Hill Road Media
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