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    Default I need to be alert and spontaneous with my dialogues when shooting with Ronit Roy. " Ashwini

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    Ashwini shares her experience shooting for Itna Karo Na Mujhe Pyaar

    A powerhouse of talent Ashwini Kaleskar appears to be someone who comes across as an authoritarian and a serious indivisual. But little did we know that looks could be deceptive in her case!

    Usually joyous, calm and a strong headed person that she is, Ashwini has left the audience spellbound with her inimitable styles and characters which she carries with elan.

    In conversation with the gorgeous lady, she shared some details of her experience shooting for Itna Karo Na Mujhe Pyaar as the sexy Pam.

    She stated, "I am very content with the kind of role I essay. I see Pam as a positive character who is extremely affectionate and possessive about her brother. I love essaying the role of a strong headed woman. I am sure the viewers will get to see a lot of more shades in the coming tracks."

    Elaborating on the challenges she faces shooting with experienced actor Ronit Roy and the beautiful Pallavi Kulkarni she said, "When you have amazing actors pairing up with you, scenes get a little challenging. I need to make sure I do not forget my lines. I cannot act as per my comfort and have to be very alert and spontaneous with my dialouges given the fact that acting comes very naturally to them. Apart from that we are like family. "

    Ashwini also went on to mention how she misses portraying strong characters like Jigyaasa (Kasam Se) and Maha Anga (Jodha Akbar).

    Speaking about essaying such pivotal roles she quipped, "I get offered a lot of roles but I am choosy about the character I portray. I make sure that the audience like what they see. There are a lot of more shades which I want to take up in future too but I do not want to talk about it for now."

    Goodluck Ashwini!


 

 

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