In an #Exclusive interview with Fuze, the very pretty Tejasswi Prakash who is currently seen portraying the character of Mishti in the web show, Silsila Badalte Rishton Ka season 2 shared about her character, her bond with her co-stars and much more. Please read on to know!
How did you decide to do Mishti?
Mishti in the show has a lot to do. It is not a simple character to perform. It’s different from all the other characters I have played so far and generally as well. Mishti is not a damsel in distress, she is not heartbroken or something, she is a complex character and it’s difficult to portray such character in a way that audiences understand the character which is what I found it extremely challenging, hence decided to do it.
Mishti’s equation with Pari is a delight to watch , the bond they share is precious, your thoughts on it?
It’s the same kind of bond that we both share in real life as well. We value the bond , we value the time we spend with each other because the show is a finite series, a month is gone already , we have just two more months to spend together and we cherish each and every moment.
Which is your favorite Mishti-Pari moment?
In the initial episodes where we both flick our hair backwards, it’s a very small shot but I really loved that.
How was it working with Kunal, Aneri and Rohan?
It’s really nice and it’s a lot of fun because we are really comfortable with each other. We do lots of masti together and enjoy working with each other.
Who is the prankster on the sets? Have you ever pulled a prank on Aneri, Rohan or Kunal?
I’m the prankster on the sets but I haven’t pulled a prank on anyone yet.
Which is your favorite character amongst all the characters you have played so far?
It would be Mishti for now because I don’t live in my past. Every new thing I do, it becomes my favourite.
Is there any scene from Silsila Badalte Rishton Ka 2 that you found emotionally taxing while shooting?
I think, the scene where Mishti blasts’ out as to her Dad was wrong about cheating on her Mom was really emotionally taxing.
Have you watched the season 1 of Silsila Badalte Rishton Ka?
You have worked on television and currently working on digital medium, so, how similar or different are these two mediums according to you?
See, the making and all are quite similar in both the mediums but the body language and all is very casual on digital platform because it’s not a daily soap for TV. There are a lot more things we can talk about it or show on a digital platform than on TV, that’s the basic difference.
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