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Thread: An Interview with Drashti Dhami
04-09-2012, 03:45 PM #1
An Interview with Drashti Dhami
We in talks with Drashti Dhami
After being known for her character in Dill Mill Gayye and Geet Hui Sabse Parayi of Star One, the bubbly Muskaan and the shy Geet explores herself to us. Let's see what she has to speak about herself to her fans.
You were last seen in Dill Mill Gayye and Geet Hui Sabse Parayi with two contrasting roles as a bubbly Muskaan and shy Geet, so how is it essaying different characters?
Initially I was scared and nervous to act on television and I feared that I'll never make it up. I used to keep telling my director that it is impossible for me to act on television and urged him to choose someone else other than me since I didn't want to let him down with my acting skills for I believed that I am bad at my work. But gradually I got a hang of it and soon I loved my job.
What kind of a human are you in real life?
I am more like Muskaan of Dill Mill Gayye. I am bubblicious and a happy go lucky person by nature and I would like to stay like one forever.
Do you believe in making rules in your life?
No, I don't like rules at all and if someone imposes rules over me then I won't accept it because I am not a rulebook lover. I live my life the way it should be just like the character of Muskaan of Dill Mill Gayye; I am the same in real life.
Tell us something about your personal life and your journey towards acting?
Well, I did my schooling from Mary Immaculate High School, borivli and graduated in arts from Mithibai College. I wasn't really an academic lover as I still remember that my first day to college was on the day when I collected my hall ticket. I didn't have loads of friends but apparently made loads of them in Dill Mill Gayye. Initially I was doing ads so that was my comfort zone wherein I only had to work for 2 days and earn good money but when I was approached to acting in TV serials I was apprehensive for I had to step out of my comfort zone and work for 25 days nonstop. That's how I got my break in television.
Who is your dream man and how should he be?
The kind of dream man that I am looking for is the one who has a good sense of humour. I don't mind on his looks but should gel with people around me and more importantly should be amicable with me.
Do you have any dream role in Bollywood?
I would like to essay a role which is similar to Kareena Kapoor from the movie Jab We Met and Pooja from the movie Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham. I would like to do a role which is similar to my character in real life.
Any worst experience in life that is unforgettable?
I don't regret anything in life for I believe that life teaches you a lesson at every step and anything that happens in life happens for good, so I take it on a positive note. Every good or bad experience is a learning lesson for me.
What would you like to share with your fans?
I never thought that I'll become an actor and I credit this to my fans around the globe. I've realized the fact that whatever I am today in my professional career is due to my fans who love me and I too love them for supporting me and liking my work.