Actress Amrita Rao, best famous for her roles in films like “Main Hoon Na”, “Welcome to Sajjanpur” and “Vivah”, says a operative character of a radio attention and a calm decorated on it infrequently scares her.
Amrita, whose sister Preetika Rao starred in renouned uncover “Beintehaa”, is all set make her TV entrance with a stirring calculable array “Meri Awaaz Hi Pehchaan Hai”.
“When we ventured on TV, nonetheless we was senior, we saw a life of a TV actor from genuine tighten quarters. And it’s really tough generally when she (Preetika) was sharpened any singular day, like what we shot now is telecast a same day, so it’s scary,” Amrita pronounced during a launch of her new show.
“I admire her she did it so beautifully so we learnt a lot from that. In a film, there are four-five prominence regretful scenes, like regretful scenes, though since in television, a tour is so prolonged there is so much, so it’s emotionally removal as well,” she added.
Taking about a form of shows being aired on Indian TV, Amrita said: “There is negativity, wrong messages, infrequently even we get frightened with a kind of calm that gets popular, what all can occur examination that, like we see people poisoning any other’s plates.
However, she says that her uncover will be opposite from all a ‘saas-bahu’ sagas and would offer genuine emotions.
“I feel that now we are going by a proviso where radio calm has to be some-more progressive, it is in a game-changing phase, it wants to do a lot more. Numerous Bollywood actors are also seen on radio in calculable shows. we feel unapproachable to entrance on radio with this show,” Amrita said.
Apart from Amrita, “Meri Awaaz Hi Pehchaan Hai”, that will be aired on TV starting Mar 7, will also underline actresses Deepti Naval, Zarina Wahab and Pallavi Joshi.