Posted: 19 September 2012 at 9:44pm | IP Logged
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Have done plenty of shopping in Delhi-Aamna Sharif
Aamna sharif is returning to TV after a long gap, once again in a love story. Aamna feels that TV has grown so much in past few years that its bigger than silver screen. HD talked with the beautiful actress about the show & her fitness regime
Love story I have started my career with show Kahin toh hoga which was on air from 2003-2007, after which i did few films in last 5 years, now I am back with Honge Juda Na hum, its a totally romantic show where you will not find typical Saas Bahu drama, I playing character of Muskaan which is simple yet stylish girl.
Small screen has changed Being returning to small screen after so many years I can notice a considerable change in the industry. It has changed quite a lot, special attention is given to everything from characterisation, to styling of costumes, emphasis are on latest technology to make up ...everything has become professionalised. Special effort on Muskaan's look People have worked hard on my looks, it almost took them whole month to finalise the look of Muskaan, after so much effort the look turned beautiful in every aspect-- suits & accessories. Actually after KTH audience had too much expectations from me, that was the main reason stylists worked on my look, makeup for three months. Designer Shivani Shirali is the designer in the show who has earlier designed for DMG & IPKKND she also wanted to do something different .
Bollywood experience After working in films like Aloo chaat, Aao wish karein & shakal pe mat ja, my experience so far has been good. Some projects have been good some bad. In film industry there is no one to teach you...you have to learn everything from your experience.
Small screen is Big I have experienced it myself that small screen is bigger than cinema. In films, people remember you from your 2-3 films, only if films become Hit. But on TV a show goes on continously for 4-5years, you live a character for long time & if your character is impressive it gives you a recoginition. Audience sees you daily in their living rooms unlike films where its just once a year.
Delhi is Life
For travelling, enjoying there is no place like Delhi. From shopping to eating outlets you will find anything & everything. I shopped from Janpath to Khan Market. I love the tasty food here, Delhi will remain special because I shot my first film Aloo Chaat here, while shooting during free time I explored Delhi to fullest & enjoyed myself.
I am pretty conscious about fitness, I gym regularly, practice Yoga. I dont prefer dieting but definitely prefer healthy food. Also make sure I intake plenty of liquids, Juices are my favourite.
P.S--this was a article in Hindi newspaper http://navbharattimes.indiatimes.com/There-are-plenty-of-shopping-in-Delhi-Aamna-Sharif/moviearticleshow/16468195.cms
Edited by -purnima- - 19 September 2012 at 11:15pm