The beautiful and talented Pariva Pranati the very well known Sushila bahu of the daily soap 'Ek Doosre Se Karte Hai Pyaar Hum' shares her journey of her past and current happenings in her acting career.
Lets have a look on what has she to say on it….
Your journey in 'Ek Dusre Se Karte Hai Pyaar Hum'?
This show happened to me last November and
from then on my journey has been really memorable, right from learning
Gujarati to dialogue delivery in the same language has been a fun
as I am not a Gujarati. I have enjoyed this journey to the fullest .As
we all know it is a joint family drama daily soap so it's really amazing
to portray the character which I have never lived in my real life since I
lived in a nuclear family.
How has it been being a part of this show?
This is a different show, it doesn't have an ideal bahu in it and their problems. It is an amazing concept with a beautiful story with humor too, so it Is not a typical saas-bahu show.There has been a lot of liberty in the dialogues and acting which comes through as being very natural. I feel really good being a part of this show.
How is it working with the co-stars and the production house?
My show has brilliant performers, very genuine actors and it has been great working with them. I feel privileged to work with them. We all as a team I have bonded really well and now they have also been a great support to me in this show. Talking about the production house, I always wanted to be a part of this production house both my producers Jd Majethia and Aatish Kapadia are really talented and superb people to work with. They are very hardworking , confident and keen to come up with new and interesting ideas. So is also my director Sameer Kulkarni.He is a talented man and a truly amazing director any actor could ever get.
Are there any similarities between Pariva and Sushila?
Not really, but I like one thing about Sushila which is that she never judges people without knowing them. I follow this in my real life too. I never have an opinion without knowing the entire story.
How did acting happen to you?
I am a kind of a person who after every six months wants to try something new and this was the best platform for me. In this industry I get the chance to play different characters and I followed my will and landed up choosing my career as acting.
The type of role you wish to play and why?
I want to do the characters which portray real life. If I have to give you an example then it surely would be the soap 'Salaam Zindagi' which was a cop show and the characters were really amazing.
The day which made you feel proud of yourself?
A memory you walk with?
Traveling from one place to another due to my dad's transfers.
Stay happy no matter what happens in your life and never judge anyone without knowing the person well.
A quote for your fans?
Always keep your heart open to new happenings and be open to good things in your life. Life is too short enjoy it till you love it.
Reporter and Author:Krishma Solanki.