becomes a bride on screen for the second time for SAB TV's show, Sajan Re Jhoot Mat Bolo
Talking about the bridal experience, Mugdha tells us, "Shooting for weddings is hectic, at the same time joyous. For my COLORS show Mere Ghar Aayi Ek Nanhi Pari I had worn the bridal attire for 15 long days. Bur for this show, I am needed to dress up only for five days. I am more excited to shoot for my wedding this time, because I have never seen a Gujarati wedding. My attire weighs nearly 20 kg and it takes about two hours to pin up".
Mugdha is trying out comedy for the first time, with the SAB show. "After Nanhi Pari, I had decided to take a break, but when I was approached for this role, I could not refuse. It is a honor for me to work with senior actors like Apara Mehta
ji and Tiku Talsania
ji", states the actress.
On her track post marriage to Apoorva (Sumeet Raghavan
) in the show, she quips, "Oh, its going to be colorful. This is a comedy show, and obviously we will have a pleasant and enjoyable journey".
Elaborating on the caliber of co-actors she has worked with, Mugdha avers, "I shared a great rapport with Rajat Tokas. We won the Best Jodi Award as Prithviraj and Sanyogita. We were again together in Dharam Veer, and if we get another good role together, I think we will take it. I have been lucky to have worked with good actors like Rajat, Karan Wahi (Nanhi Pari) and Sumeet Raghavan
The entire unit of Sajan Re Jhoot Mat Bolo
is like a family to Mugdha. "Every moment on the sets is fun, and is the best. We crack a lot of jokes while working, and this makes matters so easy".
She aims to learn more by being part of the Marathi theatre. "Most of my co-actors in this show have a theatre background. I am also looking forward to such an opportunity. I started my career thro' singing, and landed up in acting. I had done 8-9 Marathi shows as a kid, and would love to be part of it again", she signs off. Reporter and Author: Ranjini Nair