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Roop Durgapal in SAB TV's Baal Veer

Roop Durgapal in SAB TV's Baal Veer

The actress shares her thoughts about the upcoming show on the channel




Roop Durgapal will be playing the role of a fairy inSAB TV's upcoming show Baal Veer. Roop named Daridari Pari will be  a part of Rani Pari's clan who are positive and extremely helpful. 

Getting into the shoes of this exciting role she says, "I am a Pari who has magical powers but is scared to use them. My character is very soft spoken and helpful".

She laughs," During my childhood, I would narrate made-up stories about fairies to my younger sister and now interestingly I will be playing the role of one". 

Asking her about the final thoughts on doing the show and future she says,"I am very excited for the show and it is a dream come true for me. I will resume shooting for Balika Vadhu too in mid-October as the younger sister of Shiv, Sanchi".

Reporter:Krishma Solanki.


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'I have never read fairy tales'- Sangeeta Khanyat

'I have never read fairy tales'- Sangeeta Khanyat

Sangeeta Khanyat plays Aarpaar Pari on SAB TV's Baal Veer. When she grants her magic to anyone, that person can travel without any boundaries. Tellybuzz in conversation with Sangeeta...

Do you think it's a challenge to play a fairy?

It's not a challenge but great fun to play a fairy.

 

Did you prepare to play a fairy?

Producer Vipul Shah did a workshop with the entire team where he explained to us about our characters. He emphasized on the fact that each fairy was different and we would have to have different expressions.

 

What are your favourite books on fairies?

I read spiritual books. I have listened to fairy tales told by parents and grandparents when I was a child. However I have never read fairy tales. I have watched fairy shows on TV.

 

What are your favourite films on fairies?

There was a Jeetendra movie on fairies, I am forgetting the film title.

 

Did the Tooth Fairy visit you as a child?

No, never.

Did you believe in fairies as a child?

I believe in God.

Please tell me about your fairy costume and makeup.

I sport a subtle look.

If you wanted a fairy to grant you one wish what would it have been?

I would wish to be happy.

You play Aarpaar Pari who can travel through various objects in real life. Do you think it would be fun for you in real life to travel through objects?

Yes. I love the character I am playing.

 

-Reporter and Author: Pallavi Bhattacharya


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'Bhari Pari is very emotional'- Danica Moadi

'Bhari Pari is very emotional'- Danica Moadi

Bhari Pari starts crying in every situation. Why? Danica Moadi who plays Bhari Pari in Baal Veer on SAB TV explains...

Do you think it's a challenge to play a fairy?

It surely is a challenge to play a fairy. It's not playing a normal character, but an out-of-the-world one. It is tough doing the flying scenes. We are tied to a harness that lifts us up. It's difficult to manage that for two hours along with our costume and jewellery. 

Did you prepare to play a fairy?

Not really. The fact that I had played a fairy on stage in school helped me.

What are your favourite books on fairies?

Rather than books I remember the fairy stories my parents told me. They would for instance tell me that if I would eat a certain food like a good girl, the fairy would give me a gift.

What are your favourite films on fairies?

I haven't seen any film on fairies.

Did the Tooth Fairy visit you as a child?

The Tooth Fairy would visit me like Santa Claus did and leave me gifts.

Did you believe in fairies as a child?

I was told about fairies so many times that I started believing in them. In fact when a fleecy cloud went by I thought that a fairy was passing.

Do you still in a way believe in fairies?

I believe in good and evil. Fairies are a sign of goodness. They can heal.

Please tell me about your fairy costume and makeup.

It is a long and flowing costume. I wear silver and diamond jewellery. 

If you wanted a fairy to grant you one wish what would it have been?

I would wish that I could play a fairy without using a harness.

Fairies are expected to smile. However Bhari Pari cries. Please comment.

Bhari Pari is very emotional. Whenever she sees something sad tears come to her eyes. In fact she cries when she is happy too.

- Reporter and Author: Pallavi Bhattacharya

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'I haven't read fairy tales'- Sharmilee Raj

'I haven't read fairy tales'- Sharmilee Raj

Baal Pari (on SAB TV's Baal Veer which will be launched tonight) can use her hair like a web or a rope to throw, catch and trap things. She can block anything with her rope looking hair. Tellybuzz in talks withSharmilee Raj who plays Baal Pari

Do you think it's a challenge to play a fairy?

It isn't a challenge to play a fairy but great fun. It is after all a fantasy so there is a lot that can be done with the character. I play a sweet and fun loving fairy. I play Baal Veer's mom. I have taken him from earth to Pari Lok. I fight evil with the power in my hair. I can tie up people with it.

Did you prepare to play a fairy?

I didn't have to prepare. However there was a look test. I had to work on getting the exact look.

What are your favourite books on fairies?

Alice in Wonderland.

I don't think there were fairies in Alice in Wonderland...

I haven't read fairy tales as I haven't been into fantasy while growing up. However Alice in Wonderland is a lovely fantasy tale.

Did the Tooth Fairy visit you as a child?

No, never.

Did you believe in fairies as a child?

I still believe in fairies and in angels too. Fairies I feel have the power to make your wishes come true.

Please tell me about your fairy costume and makeup.

My costume is beautifully pink with soft patterns like roses in it.  I have light pinkish natural makeup.

If you wanted a fairy to grant you one wish what would it have been?

I would wish that our show Baal Veer becomes a super duper hit. Not just kids but also adults should enjoy it.

Is it your own hair that we see on the show? Or have they added hair extensions or have you worn a wig?

As my hair in the show is 10 feet long it can't be my real hair. It is quite heavy too. Obviously, hair extensions have been used.

-          Author and Reporter: Pallavi Bhattacharya


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Rukhsar Rehman turns fairy godmother

After playing a negative role in "Kuch Toh Log Kahenge", actressRukhsar Rehman now dons the garb of a fairy godmother in fantasy show "Baal Veer". She considers it as a most enjoyable project.After playing a negative role in "Kuch Toh Log Kahenge", actress Rukhsar Rehman now dons the garb of a fairy godmother in fantasy show "Baal Veer". She considers it as a most enjoyable project.

She plays Guru Maa, and will be on the lookout for a responsible 'pari' (fairy) in the fictional Parilok, so that she can bestow her responsibilities on her.

Best recalled for her role as Dr. Mallika in popular show "Kuch Toh Log Kahenge", the actress is excited about the role.

"I can't express it in words how I felt when I was offered this role. I was extremely happy, excited and nervous. For me, it is a very interesting concept," Rukhsar said in a statement.

"I felt like my childhood dream came true. Every girl wants to be treated like a fairy, look glamorous with a heavy dress and amazing jewellery and I am glad that I have been offered to play the role of a god mother. I would always consider this as one of the most enjoyable shoot," she added.

"Baal Veer" airs on SAB TV, and features names like Karishma TannaShama Sikander and Aditi Sajwan.


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Review of Baal Veer

Review of Baal Veer

Baal Veer is a sweet fantasy tale which may be enjoyed by both kids and adults.

Baal Veer
Production House: Optimystix
SAB TV, Monday to Friday, 8pm
Genre: Fantasy

The creatives have beautifully blended reality and fantasy in SAB TV's Baal Veer. The plot synopsis is as follows: A bedtime fairy tale told to a child comes true because as mentioned in the story a Fairy Land ruled by Rani Pari does exist. Rani Pari hears the endearing plea of a little girl to help her and duly sends Baal Veer, (a little boy who was adopted by fairies when he was a baby) to help the world.

The USP of this serial is that Fairy Land has been etched out in magnanimous beauty. The special effects used to create a heavenly Fairy Land are unique. 

The costume design and makeup of the fairies are also striking. This show surely deserves to win awards for the best costumes and makeup. Though all the winged fairies are clad in royal attire, each and every fairy has a distinctly unique look.

The cinematography and special effects of this show also stand apart. A lot of effort has gone into creating the scenes in which the fairies are flying. The scenes zooming to and fro from Earth to the heavenly Fairy Land are eye catching. Ditto for the scenes in which the fairies create magic by waving their wands.

 What is quite innovative about this show is that the fairies aren't perfect. For instance Dari Dari Pari gets nervous easily and Bhari Bhari Pari's eyes well up with tears. Then there's the Bhayankar Pari who is just a fairy on the exterior but evil from within.

I also liked the fact that the heavenly child Baal Veer isn't being given the leeway by the fairies who mentor him while he executes his earthly duties. Indeed he has to live the hard life of a child who works in a tea shop so that he can empathize better with them and accordingly help them out.Baal Veer is shown to be more than happy to do the washing, cleaning and delivering tea in exchange of two square meals a day. Fairies won't clean the utensils he is supposed to clean manually by the whiff of the magic wand. This little boy is mature enough to understand that he needs to work hard to save the world. He doesn't grumble about this at all.

Common problems which both privileged and under-privileged Indian children face are being dealt quite well in the show. Till now they have raised issues like child labour, bullying in schools, TV addiction in kids and childhood gluttony.

The musical track which accompanies the scenes of Baal Veer's super human feats has a grandiose touch somewhat similar to the super hero movies' dramatic score. Baal Veer is after all India's child super hero on TV.

The drawback of the show is that the humour isn't really rib-tickling and surely doesn't make you fall off the chair. If the humour is better, the show will attract more viewers.

As we won't be getting TRP till December 19th, we can't measure the success of the show on the basis of its opening TRP. However we can say that both adults and kids can enjoy this sweet fantasy show.

Verdict: Three out of five stars

-       Author and Reporter: Pallavi Bhattacharya


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'I haven't read books on fairies'- Lavina Tandon

'I haven't read books on fairies'- Lavina Tandon

Gaal Pari can blow out a gigantic bubble from her cheeks which saves people who are falling from a height. Tellybuzz in talks withLavina Tandon who plays Gaal Pari on SAB TV's Baal Veer...


Did you prepare to play a fairy?

I didn't really prepare to play the role of a fairy. However, when I am enacting a fairy I make sure to be positive and sweet, so that kids like me. In the creative meetings we were told to be careful about our expressions while emoting.

 

Is it fun to play a fairy?

It is surely fun to play a fairy as I after all get to wear amazing costumes. As we have so many fairies on the show the ambience is very jolly. I am happy to play one. 

What are your favourite books on fairies?

Actually I am quite impatient so I haven't read books on fairies.

What are your favourite films on fairies?

I can't remember.

Did the Tooth Fairy visit you as a child?

No, never. In fact when I lost a tooth my mom would always tell me to toss it on the roof top.

Did you believe in fairies as a child?

Yes. As I child I would often request my mom to buy certain things for me but she would refuse. I would wish before I went to bed that some fairy would give me all those things that my mom refused to buy. The next day however there was no gift.

Do you still in a way believe in fairies?

I don't believe in fairies but I surely do believe in angels. I believe angels have been guiding me in both my personal and professional life.

Please tell me about your fairy costume and makeup.

I think I am the luckiest among all fairies to have the lightest costume. My costume is peach coloured, with one side off shoulder with net. As I am enacting a fairy I had to put orange sparkles on my eye lids and since I am Gaal Pari, I had to put more blusher.

If you wanted a fairy to grant you one wish what would it have been?

I have done both positive and negative roles. I have played parallel leads too. However I am still waiting for a big break. I would wish for a big break and a Bollywood debut.

 

What kind of feedback have you got from this role?

Kids love this show especially when Baal Veer enters. They admire the graphics too. My cousins' kids (my nephews and nieces) love this show. An aunt of mine wants to watch a certain serial on a Hindi GEC which has a lot of fights in it. However it runs at the same time slot as Baal Veer. Finally the kids won the battle over the remote and watch Baal Veer. When my nephews and nieces meet me in real life, they are disappointed that I can't fly like I do on the show.

 

Author and Reporter: Pallavi Bhattacharya

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TOI: Shama is passionate about photography
By Neha Maheshwri, TNN | Nov 23, 2012, 12.00 AM IST

Shama is passionate about photography
Shama Sikandar
Shama Sikandar, who plays 'Bhayankar Pari' in telly show 'Balveer', is passionate about photography. She says, "I never used to like it. But my brother Rizwan said I should capture allthe moments, because I will never get to live them again. It struck me." The actress bought a camera two years ago. 

"I started taking photography seriously this year. I click pictures even on my phone. I click everything, including people, myself, children, objects and even my boyfriend Alexx O Neil. Whenever I am alone, I love watching all the photographs clicked by me." Shama has clicked at least a thousand photographs and wishes to hold an exhibition sometime.

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