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    Default Ansha Sayeed is super happy playing Purvi in CID

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    Ansha Sayeed is quite kicked playing her character Purvi in Sony Entertainment Television’s super hit crime detective show CID.
    “She is a subtle girl who does her bit on the field. Purvi is also very calm and tries to understand the situation before coming out with her opinion,” this Mumbai-born and brought up B. Com graduate avers.

    “It makes me proud just by thinking that I represent females in the CID team. For one, it is quite a challenge every day when you meet all types of people and do different types of scenes. Unlike other daily shows for which you shoot indoors with the comfort of AC, we are always on the run outdoors on the roads, in malls etc,” she describes.

    Ansha ,who has earlier done Bandhan Saat Janmon Ka and Laagi Tujhse Lagan (both for Colors) further adds, “For a long time, this Fireworks-produced show was watched more by men and kids while women stayed away for they preferred family dramas. But now, all that is changing as we have three women in the team, Shreya (Janvi Chheda), Dr. Tarika (Shraddha Musale), who is in the forensics team, and me.”

    Coming to her looks, Ansha has no issues with the fact that she does not get to dress up much. “Our costume is quite smart and chic. We (female cops) don’t have much of a make-up to do and our hair also has to be always tied up as well. After all this, if you still look good, you are a pretty looking girl right,” she smiles.

    “Although Laagi… had given me some fame, it was CID that changed the entire ball game for me as an actor. More than the money, what I really love is the respect one gets from people for being a part of this longest running show on the National TV,” Ansha ends.


 

 

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