Sometimes you don’t have to pretend or put in extra efforts, you just end up meeting the right person who shares the same thoughts as yours. In the television industry when actors have to perform some very challenging sequences, it’s great to have co-actors with whom you can be yourself. Actor Amitt K Singh, who is seen in Dangal TV’s Ranju Ki Betiyaan playing Rajveer opposite Bulbul aka Roopal Tyagi shares about working with her and how they have cute pet names for each other.
Talking about the connection they share, Amitt says, “Roopal and I have become really good friends. She is a very good actor, we rehearse the scenes and always come up with some interesting improvisations. I love it when your co-actor is equally enthusiastic about how to make a scene better and the shooting becomes easy. She is very experienced and I am learning a lot from her. We are playing rivals in Ranju Ki Betiyaan and we both try to dominate our characters and this looks so impactful on screen. I’m really happy and grateful to have a co-actor like her.”
Further talking about the off-screen bond he says, “As we are shooting in Silvassa in a bio bubble environment, we get to spend a lot of time together offshoot. Since we are both coffee lovers, we have kept a cute pet name for each other which is named after a type of coffee bean called “peaberry”! Even though we kind of knew each other before we started shooting, our bond here has become much stronger. She is a kind, generous, honest person and a lot of fun to be with.”
Ranju Ki Betiyaan is a heart touching story of a single mother Ranju and her struggles of raising 4 daughters in a patriarchal society. It delves into the various societal issues faced by single mothers, and will witness Ranju empowering herself to raise her four daughters single-handedly to help them achieve their dreams. Catch Ranju Ki Betiyaan at 9.30pm only on Dangal TV.
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