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Views: 23620Posted on: 09 May 2009 at 1:00am
I have been reading all your comments regarding Parul and the new show. I am aware of the fact that all you lovely people are eagerly waiting for Parul's interview. But I apologize for the delay as Parul has been going through a really tough and hectic schedule due to which I really don't want to disturb her! But I promise, it will happen soon! Today when Parul called me and told me that she is out of Jhalak and though she was very upset. I was sad but I know she has been victorious in everything she has done and I would like to talk more about this later in her interview.
I have also read all your lovely responses to the new show and big thank you from my side for your valuable suggestions and comments A number of you all have asked for information regarding the casting. I always like to cast according to the character regardless of new or established actors. But for leads I prefer casting new faces the reason to which I shall share with you all later. If anyone is interested, please mail your photographs to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. You never know, destiny might just have something in store for you....
Letsget back to our much loved Askhara AKA Hina Khan Internet has given birth to wonders, one of them being beautiful Akshara a.k.a Hina. I caught sight of Hina the first time thanks to internet! My audition team comprising of Hitesh and Deepika had gone down to
Hina is an extremely confident, intelligent, well read and certainly knows how to carry herself with a lot of dignity. Like portrayed in my shows, she comes from a family whom are really rich in culture and dignity. She is a very family-oriented person and after interacting with her family I was impressed with the values which have been engrained in her. I admire her father who has given her so much confidence and put so much faith in and trust in Hina's talent. Hina is a daughter of proud parents and its heartening to see such a beautiful family.
It is very rare to find such a combination of beauty and brains and fortunately Hina is one of them! Being a fast learner she not only picked up the tricks of the trade quickly but has also put in a huge amount of hardwork. She is an ideal combination of being level headed and extremely hardworking and will definitely make it really big in life As promised, Hina has given her valuable answers to my questions and has shared one of her most memorable incidents of her life with you all. Here you go!
What has changed in T.V. Industry over the years?
Hina: TV started in
Most memorable moment in the industry?
Hina: I am a new comer and have begun my career just a few months back. Still. For me the most memorable moment was when I got selected to play the role of Akshara in YRKKH. I consider myself extremely lucky for getting selected by a very good production house lead by no less a person than Mr. Rajan Shahi. I am extremely grateful to Rajan Sir for having shown in me tremendous faith and providing me all the support and guidance which a new comer needs when he or she arrives in the industry for the first time. More so when you are completely raw and don't know ABC of the field. Had it not been for Rajan Sir, Hina Khan would still be an unknown person hiding somewhere in oblivion.
Q.3 Message to the TV audience?
Hina: I would like to tell the audience that what they watch on TV as a half an hour show requires lots of hard work and efforts of many days put in by several people who sometimes work round the clock to create that one fine magic moment of artistry on the screen. We all work with extreme sincerity and we would love to receive feedback from our audience. If the find our work admirable the can they can commend it which will encourage us to perform better in future, however, if they find some mistakes the can point them out to us which will enable us to introspect and know where we have gone wrong and rectify our mistakes. It's very important that an artist forms a bond with his or her audience because their support is absolutely necessary for us to keep performing better.
What are your future plans?
Hina: Well, as I have said earlier I was doing my
graduation course in Business Management in
What are your strengths and weaknesses today?
Hina: My strength is my faith in God who has always shown me the right direction and my parents who have been so wonderful and caring all my life and without whose support and encouragement I wouldn't have been able to do whatever little I have done in my life. My weakness is that whenever I am upset or angry with someone I start crying. I just can't hold back my tears. Also, whenever I go shopping I end up spending a lot. At times I just buy too many things.
What is your idea of an ideal marriage?
Hina: My idea of a perfect marriage is sharing your life with someone who can be a true soulmate. Marriages are not temporary affairs. They mean a lifelong commitment. Physical appearance alone is not enough as it loses its charm very soon. Ultimately, the things which count for a lifelong bond is understanding, sincerity, care and affection. There should be absolute trust between the two and a willingness to make any sacrifice for each other. In a perfect marriage both the husband and wife should make each other feel that they really love and need each other and that the life o f one is incomplete without the other. A perfect marriage is one where the husband and wife would wish to reunite again in every 'janam'.
INCIDENT OF MY LIFE!
I was quite a mischievous child. I was very bold and was not scared of anything. I remember when I was very young, just about four or five years of age, one day I just stepped out of my house and walked away. I wandered on the road and moved on. I don' remember who caught hold of me and took me to the nearby police station. There was a hue and cry at home and everybody was out searching for me .Somehow the police located our address and called my parents who immediately rushed to the police station and to their amazement found me sitting there. Another incident I remember is that I along with my younger brother and cousins went to the same school. Every day on our way back home we used to stop outside a house which had an apple tree in its garden. One of my cousins used to stand on guard while as we used to climb the tree and pluck ripe apples. Somehow our parents came to know of our mischief and they demanded an explanation as to how we had apples with us everyday. While my younger brother and cousins tried to search for a convincing explanation I blurted out that we just stand under the apple tree and the apples drop down from the tree of their own.. Although, very angry my childish explanation brought a smile on the faces of my parents. However, our parents severely admonished us and warned us never to repeat it again.
Well, I hope you'll liked my short interaction with all of Rajan Sir's Blog Buddies! Please do keep giving Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai and me the same love and affection you all have been giving!
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