“Rajan Shahi by and by deals with his whole cast and group,” said Ekta Saraiya, who assumes the part of Cart in mainstream Network program “Anupamaa”. Valuing the maker, she further stated, “‘Anupamaa’ is my first show with Rajan ji. What a jewel of an individual he is! The individuals from his creation group follow his strides and guarantee that the whole team is free from any danger in the current circumstance.”
“I’m so happy to be a piece of this group. Anticipating a lot more shows with Chief’s Kut Creation,” she added.
She proceeded to state that the sets give her a plain inclination and added, “It resembles a home away from home for me. Everybody is extremely kind and well disposed. I have for the longest time been itching to work with this creation house. I’m truly appreciating working here and being a piece of a show this way.”
Discussing the show, the “Kahiin Toh Hoga” entertainer stated, “‘Anupamaa’ is a lovely show that every single lady would have the option to identify with eventually in their life. It is a character-driven show and spotlights on the life of a homemaker who forfeits her fantasies and wants for her family, which is basic in our Indian culture. It’s a 24 hour obligation yet an unpleasant work and they are underestimated in everyday life.”
“The show is in a characteristic space, the characters are so life like that I accept the watchers have associated with them somehow or another or the other. Only a couple days prior, after I entered my structure and was leaving the vehicle in the wake of a difficult day’s shoot, an individual inhabitant came upto me and began talking about the difficulties Anupamaa faces in the show. She said she, at the end of the day, has encountered comparable circumstances in her day to day existence post her marriage. This equitable shows how individuals identify with characters on screen!” she added.
Ekta assumes the function of Cart in the show, who is a working lady and peers down on her sister-in-law Anupamaa, who is a homemaker. She said she is only inverse to her on-screen character and added, “The character that I play is totally different from me face to face. Cart is extremely calculative and an entrepreneur in nature. She is neither negative nor positive. She is somebody who might simply pass by the circumstance and see her favorable position. Which is not normal for me face to face, I’m amazingly touchy and passionate in nature.”
The shooting of different shows continued a month ago with some administration affirmed rules and security estimates remembering the current Covid pandemic circumstance. Furthermore, the entertainer shared that Rajan and his Chief’s Kut Creations are taking most extreme consideration.
“A ton of safety measures are taken by me and the whole team on set. No external food is permitted, they are purifying the set each couple of hours and we as a whole are keeping up social-distance and wearing covers when not shooting,” she said.
However, thinking about the current pandemic circumstance, would you say you are doing your own make up? She stated, “I have been doing my own cosmetics since numerous years now for all the characters I have played. So it’s not diverse for me in this circumstance too. Regardless of whether the circumstance was ordinary I would have kept doing my own cosmetics.”
Ekta has been essential for shows like “Kya Huaa Tera Vaada”, “Basically Sapney”, “Hamari Devrani” and “Mukti Bandhan”, to give some examples. She says however working in TV has become a little furious now, she still altogether makes the most of her work.
“Throughout the long term it’s been a great deal unique as far as the working example. We have scenes broadcasting six days every week, it has gotten more rushed however I have been doing TV since numerous years now and I altogether make the most of my work. To add to it, on the off chance that you get an opportunity to work in a climate like this and with a group this way, trust me one can never become weary of working,” Ekta closed down.
“Anupamaa” airs Monday to Saturday on Star In addition to and highlights Rupali Ganguly, Sudhanshu Pandey and Madalsa Sharma.