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TOI: Bhayankar Pari turns Bhali Pari !
By Vijaya Tiwari, TNN | Feb 2, 2013, 03.27 PM IST


Bhayankar Pari turns Bhali Pari !
Shama Sikandar



TV Actor Shama Sikandar is currently enjoying her character as Bhayankar Pari in Balveer. 

Shama who is doing a television show after a long hiatus feels that the role of Bhayankar Parihas certainly given her a lot of popularity amongst kids.

"It's really an overwhelming feeling when I see the liking for Bhayankar Pari. When an actor portrays a character on-screen he or she puts in a lot of hard work. And it takes me a lot of patience and time to just get the perfect look. The dress and the head gear which weights a lot but when you get appreciation from the kids it feels that all your hard work and efforts have paid-off."

Soon Bhayankar Pari will turn into a Bhali Pari which Shama explains as a very unique experience, "My character will see a change for a while I will be seen wearing a beautiful white gown and will portray a good fairy."

Well, Shama we just hope that the change brings to you some more fans.


http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/tv/Bhayankar-Pari-turns-Bhali-Pari-/articleshow/18304919.cms



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TOI: I got the creative bug from my maternal side: Shama Sikander

By Swasti Chatterjee, TNN | Dec 11, 2012, 12.15 PM IST
 
 
I got the creative bug from my maternal side: Shama Sikander
Shama Sikander
 
 
 
Actor Shama Sikander whom we are currently seeing as the 'Bhayankar Pari' in Baal Veer is a talented fashion designer. And the actress, who was on a break has created the label Saisha two years back. 

"I have been completely attached with the label. Last year we were a part of the prestigious Lakme Fashion Week talent box which was a landmark for me and my label. This year also my fashion label has travelled to South Africaand we got a very good response because there isa huge market for the Indian designers inforeign countries. And it was good for my label as I wanted to capitalise on that." 

Shama feels that her artistic genes have come from her mother and her late uncle. "My mother has been a huge inspiration. In my childhood most of the dresses which I wore were designed by my mom and also she used to do a lot of artistic stuff like table cloth, covers, etc. My uncle also had been a great master and was renowned - so these two persons were enough to inspire me in this field." 

Sikander feels her doing something new in this line was always there in her mind but because she is the eldest in the family she wanted to establish her career first and then try for this. "After acting, there came a time when I realised I am bored doing the same things again and again and that was the time I came up with the label. I am settled with the brand now and I have a full team who will be taking care of this along with me. And when I got Baal Veer I thought this is a good time to do television again and isn't life all about multi-tasking and balancing," she adds.
 

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TOI: Shama's creative instincts
By Swasti Chatterjee, TNN | Dec 16, 2012, 11.53 AM IST
 
 
Shama's creative instincts
Shama Sikandar
 
 
Shama Sikander has a passion for photography. She has been into photography for a long time now. She keeps a camera handy and also uses her mobile to click pictures. She loves to click whenever she gets time. She has more than thousand pictures in her collection. 

These pictures are particularly close to her heart. She says,"Getting yourself clicked is as fascinating as self clicking. Among them there is a favourite. It was a nice mirror and red lip colour is my favourite. I had gone to the tourist market in Amsterdam where I took this pic. Photography is a way of life for me". 

On being asked how she is feeling being the 'Bhayankar Pari' she says, "Where ever I go, people especially kids recognise me. Fan following among kids have multiplied many folds. Who doesn't like adulation?" On being asked about multi-tasking as she is also running her own fashion labelshe says, "My business is also in place as I have a dedicated team so I am able to manage my work and acting simultaneously." 
 

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TB: Shama wants to avoid image trap

Sunday, November 25, 2012 | 1:12:21 PM IST (+05:30 GMT)  



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TV actress Shama Sikander doesn't want to get stuck with any particular image and aims to be as versatile as international artists who have the freedom to pick any role at any stage of their lives.

"Outside (abroad), actors are actors. They are not termed as TV actors or film actors. They can do any sort of role in any age. The kind of popularity and respect they get is million times more than us. In India, people like to attach a tag with each and every person," Shama said

"I will always do roles that attract me. I don't get insecure by all these things," added the actress who rose to fame with the TV show "Yeh Meri Life Hai".

After playing an ambitious middle class girl with big dreams in "Yeh Meri Life Hai", Shama is now seen in SAB TV's fantasy show "Baal Veer" in which her character has grey shades. But she is enjoying the role as her motto is do be versatile.

"It depends on how you play the character. I want to play all kinds of characters, I don't want to get stuck anywhere... bind myself in one image. I would like to experiment and that's why I chose this. Because it's a negative role, I am getting to do much more. On TV, there is not much for positive characters," she said.

With more and more reality shows and soaps crowding the small screen, her fantasy show stands a good chance to be liked by all.

"I think this is the right time because we don't have something of this genre. Fantasy always works because people never stop dreaming. Plus, right now we have nothing of this type," she said.

Shama never gets pressurised by people's expectations and says, "When people see you, they do expect something good out of you. But that is only five percent because I work for myself and my pleasure..."

Apart from TV shows, she is trying to make inroads in films and her clothes label also keeps her busy.

"I am working towards films. There are some projects in the pipeline. 15 days of my month goes there, then I have a (clothes) label so I work for that as well."


http://www.india-forums.com/tellybuzz/buzzin-hot/13393-shama-wants-to-avoid-image-trap.htm

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TB: TV actors warmly embrace Mumbai's winter

Thursday, December 06, 2012 | 3:37:54 PM IST (+05:30 GMT)

Winter has set in in Mumbai, the mercury has dropped a few degrees, it's just a wee bit chilly. TV actors are thoroughly enjoying this season.

When you think of winter, the scene you instantly conjure up is of a snowy landscape, a cosy fireplace, warm woollen mittens and mugs of hot chocolate. Mumbai, the city where shooting for TV shows happen, however has a maritime climate with very mild winters. Nevertheless TV actors are making the best of Mumbai winters as it's after all a very pleasant season especially for outdoor shooting.

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Winters are not too chilly in Mumbai, therefore it is very pleasant to shoot outdoors. In summer and monsoon it's difficult to step outdoors in the city. I am going for a winter vacation this year, most probably to Istanbul.

I love dressing up in this beautiful season. As winters in Mumbai are however not too cold, we can't unfortunately dress up the way people of Paris and Delhi do during winters. Nevertheless it's slightly chilly now in Mumbai so I love to wear jackets, scarves and nice leggings with boots.

My skin gets very dry in winter, it is otherwise oily. I wash my skin regularly and moisturize it too. In winter after all your body craves for fats and carbohydrates, nevertheless I try to eat calorie free food. I enjoy a cup of hot tea and coffee during winters and I also like to sip on red wine.

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