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Reel and Real: These celebs speak their hearts out

Samarth Srivastava

Samarth SrivastavaBy Samarth Srivastava

Published on 9 April 2017 5:27 PM GMT

Reel and Real: These celebs speak their hearts out
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Lucknow: In a candid chat with newstrack.com, on the sidelines of 9th International Children's Film Festival held here on Sunday, the television stars Manisha Thakkar (popularly known as Bhatkani Pari from Baal Veer) Bhavesh (popularly known as Ranveer from Veera) shared their personal as well as professional selves.

Newstrack.com comes across with the various aspects of their lives including their plans to enter Bollywood.

Here are the excerpts from the interview…

MANISHA THAKKAR

Q-What was the storyline of your popular show 'Baal Veer'?

The show revolved around the preaching that if you follow the righteous and honest path, success will be yours.

Q-How you started your career?

I started my career from the show Saas Bina Sasural on Sony TV, the next show I did was Sawaare Sabke Sapne Preeto on NDTV Imagine I also played many cameo roles.

Q-Which one was your favorite character?

Bhatkati Pari from the show Baal Veer, till date, is my favourite character. This role also shows the reflection about myself.

Q-Do you love kids?

Kids are pure-hearted. They speak whatever they think about you....I just want to share message for parents that they should not force their child for anything. They should hold their finger at each and every stage of life.

Despite scolding them, parents should make their child understand what is wrong and what is right for them.

Q-We have seen you on screen portraying various characters but your fans want to know how is Manisha in her real life?

I was...I am and I will lead a simple life like any individual does. No matter, how successful I become in my life...at the top of all I will remain grounded forever. I enjoy myself...however I am... I am honest, blunt, in fact a prank master.. Thinking about yourself is not selfishness but if you hurt someone for your profit...this is what being selfish is... I believe in Karma ...I am a spiritual person and a tarot card reader ... I believe that if we will hurt a person..one day we would have to suffer that pain...It is just a cycle...If you embarrass a person...in some or the other way, you too will face embarrassment.

IN NEXT SLIDE: INTERVIEW OF BHAVESH BALCHANDANI

Bhavesh Balchandani

Q-What challenges you faced during the shoot of Krishna?

This mythological show was somehow tough for me...actually I can say that earlier, I portrayed simple, sober and innocent characters.... In this serial, I found it difficult to pronounce some words. (laughingly). But at the top of all I enjoy a lot playing Krishna.

Q-What are the main points you have to keep in mind while playing such role?

The main thing that I have to take care of is the dialogue delivery with a soft voice. What troubles me the most is the heavy costumes. It makes me tire within an hour: P

Q-How different are you in real life from the role you play of Lord Krishna?

Krishna is a very naughty and at the same time he is very innocent...But in real life i am very mischievous. I use to entertain and trouble people every time.... I will also say that many 'Gopis' are crazy for me....Wherever I go...They get crazy for me... hahahahha... :P

Q-Who is your best friend on the set?

Balram (playing the role of my elder brother) is my bestie... He is not only my on-screen brother but we also share the brotherly bond in real life too... We enjoy a lot on the set.

Q-How do you manage your studies along with the busy shooting schedules?

Yeah...I face few problems...But my tuition teacher comes on the set to teach me...So this is how I manage my studies....Recently, I finished my high school and touchwood with good percentage...

Q-What are your future projects?

If people will keep showering their love and support, I will soon appear in Bollywood films.

Samarth Srivastava

Samarth Srivastava

Employed as sub-editor at newstrack.com. A learner, who loves covering sports, entertainment and defence kind of stuff.

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