“Every artist wants to see a time…”
Anuradha Singh juggling two TV shows and why she’s loving it (Photo Credits – Instagram)
Actress Anuradha Singh is currently a part of two TV shows including ‘Pushpa Impossible’ and ‘Imli’. The actress says that though balancing the two is challenging, she is relishing it.
“Initially it was very difficult for me as the timing of both the shows clashed and all the sequences were important during that time. It was very difficult to handle these issues. But I think every actor wants to see a time in their career where they don’t have time because they are working non-stop. I am blessed with such great work and characters,” she says.
Talking about the show, Anuradha Singh says: “I play Bhawna in Pushpa Impossible. The story is about a chawl in Mumbai and the problems faced by the people there. Pushpa (Karuna Pandey Vaidya) and Bhawna are very good and close friends but when it comes to comparisons, Bhawna sometimes finds her too overbearing. Bhavna’s family is well-to-do and in fact, they have many shops in that area and hence she feels why should she adopt Pushpa’s attitude.
“I think, not only me, everyone will relate to this character because we all have feelings of love and hate in our hearts. All of our lives and our relationships with others have ups and downs.
Anuradha Singh further adds: “In Imlie, my character’s name is Divya and I am Atharva’s (Karan Vohra) chachi (aunt) in the show. This is a comic negative character. Many times I do not think what to say and what not to say in front of people. I think I have done this by mistake in real life as well. So, I relate to the character in that way. There are times when you are very comfortable and later you realize that these things should not have been said.
While content on TV has evolved, Anuradha says it needs to continue, adding: “Television needs to be upgraded a bit more to keep the audience engaged. It is important for the audience to be loyal to us and support us. Our shows should be better than the best as this will help us and our viewers.
Anuradha Singh adds: “I think we try to keep things realistic but we can’t be very realistic all the time. But yes, the story has to touch people’s hearts; whether it is realistic or not, they should There is a need to be able to relate to it on a personal level. And we all know and accept that stories are always changed for TRPs.”
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