gorgeous Kajal Pisal
who got recognition in the television
industry through Ekta Kapoor
's Balaji Telefilms daily soap Badde Acche
Laggte Hai on Sony TV
, where she played the role of Ram Kapoor
talks about her previous shows and the way she enjoyed being a
part of all the shows she did.
Sounding happy she said, "Before I start, let me tell you that I am going to be back on Ek
Hazaroon Mein Meri Behna hai... my cameo is not over yet. There is going
to be a twist ahead and I am sure the audience will love it. I don't know
how the story line will go but it is going to be a surprise for me as
well as the viewers. During the shoot, I have worked with Karan Tacker
sets and he is a very talented actor to work with. The entire team of the show
is very supportive and helpful."
On her show Bade Achhe Laggte Hai, she said "Bade Acche Laggte Hai
has been a game changer in my television career, it has boosted my
career and I have got a huge recognition in this industry through this
show. I will always be thankful to Balaji Telefilms for giving me this
opportunity of being a part of their show."
About her show Maryada Lekin Kab Tak? she said, "I was a regular follower of the show
Maryada which was on Star Plus, and when I used see the show I wished
to be a part of the show and lucky enough I got the chance to do the
show. The cast was very good to work with. I should say that it was the
best start for my career. I was very happy doing the show."
When we asked her about her favorite character in the ongoing shows
on television she said, "I love the character of Anandi in Balika Vadhu
. I did not
know about the auditions for the role or else I would have wanted to give the same. Being chosen or not would come later but the auditions
itself would have made be happy. I am a regular follower of the show and
the storyline is very interesting and it gets more so day by day."
On doing any reality show she said, "I am open to reality shows, I am a regular follower of reality shows too. I like to watch them as I find the
concepts very natural, where we don't have to be in any character as in daily soaps."Krishma Solanki.