The talented Priyal Gor who has entertained the audience with her acting
skills will now be seen in Punjabi films. We were the first one to
report that she will soon be seen in movies, to add on we got to know that
she has signed a Punjabi movie, where she will be seen playing the lead
and the shoot will take place in Chandigarh.
On the same she said, "I am very excited for this movie and I am looking
forward to the shooting date which starts a week after today in
Chandigarh. I will be back in the first week of June in Mumbai. The film is a comedy love story. The cast of the film has very well known faces from the Tellywood and Bollywood - namely Chandrachur Singh, Yukta Mookhey, Himani Shivpuri, Shahbaz Khan, Eva Grover, Asrani and many more. Its going to be a great experience for me to work with such senior artists."
We had also heard about the unprofessional behavior of one of the well known production house towards her, and Priyal was ready to speak about it, "Yes, Nautanki Films Production house is very unprofessionally. I had given few look tests for their upcoming show on Life OK, and after finalizing the shoot dates they did not revert back."
Further she added saying, "At the same time when there were talks going on for their show, I was even looking forward for a movie project which knocked my doors. My manager kept calling the production house to know the status but they did not revert back. I did not want to behave unprofessional from my end by not knowing the status of the production house and signing a movie, hence I called them."
Amazed over the situation she said, "But it was not me who was unprofessional but very much them. I felt really bad to see such kind of unprofessional behavior from such a known Production house in the television industry. I hence stopped calling them and grabbed the movie opportunity. In fact what amazes me is that they don't even have the decency to call back once and say what they have planned. I wouldn't have had got mad over them, if they had said that they are not taking me for the show."
"They keep bringing my past again and again in front of me by comparing me during the show Ram Milaye Jodi days. I agree that I use to leave the sets and go away but I was a kid at that time, when I did not understand much. I was just 15, and you cannot keep reminding me again and again. People have appreciated me in my last show Dekha Ek Khwab on Sony and I enjoyed the journey of the shoot, but still these people keep dragging me into what I did when I was just 15 years old." she concluded.Krishma Solanki.