Was Shaadi Mubarak the perfect opportunity for you to make a comeback on TV?
Yes, Shaadi Mubarak is the perfect opportunity that came my way. I relate to my character Preeti in many ways, there was a time in my life where I used to retaliate but now I think before reacting.
What makes the show different from others?
This show has a very good storyline and a hard-hitting concept. It brings out the philosophy of nayi soch and much more.
How has your journey on the small screen been so far?
I am lucky and blessed to have touched upon almost every genre. I believe every character is unique in its own way. Though after Maharana Patrap I was offered roles in many historical shows, but I preferred to try something unique.
What has been your biggest learning from the industry?
Learning is a never-ending process. Every experience, good or bad comes with a learning and I am still learning. This industry has taught me to have no regrets in life and to enjoy each day. Remain positive and it will reflect in you whatever you do.
Having explored different genres, which role did you enjoy the most?
I am currently enjoying essaying the role of Preeti. It feels real and natural.
How did you spend your time during the lockdown?
We are a close-knit family, so we had a lot of fun amongst ourselves during the lockdown. Besides I also focused on my hobbies, especially gardening.
What changes do you see in yourself post Covid-19?
I have become more cautious.
What is your philosophy of life?
Stay happy; do things that make you happy as it all results in a healthy mind.
How has the experience of motherhood been?
During this whole process, I have become more responsible and sensitive towards things. It has also made me a patient person.