With the latest independent track Dil Tod Ke backed by T-Series setting the internet on fire, actress Kaashish Vohra has managed to light up the occasion with her enigmatic presence. In just a span of a week, the song garnered a whopping 38 million views on YouTube. We got in touch with Kaashish for a brief and candid chat regarding her experience while shooting the song, reaction on love from the audience, working with T-Series, and a lot more. Read to find out –
The song is trending on number 1 on YouTube trends for a long time. Wonderful reaction coming in from the audience. How are you feeling about it?
Well, it couldn’t really get better. I am extremely lucky and fortunate that I have got the opportunity to work with some of the biggest names and brands in the industry and that too in such an early stage of my career. Ever since the song has been out, I have been bombarded with messages from everywhere. I am extremely thankful for the love received for Dil Tod Ke.
It’s a song that reminds everyone of their first or major heartbreak in life. You have yourself shot it. Did you have any mixed emotions while shooting?
Oh absolutely yes. You got that right. I had mixed emotions while shooting for the song. I was playing the heartbreaker here, something I have never been or something I have never done earlier nor would want to do in the future. So yes, I certainly had those emotions running in.
What was the most memorable experience for you while shooting this song?
Well, the most memorable experience has to be the lovely outdoor locations where we shot the song. I loved the cultural vibes out there. As far as the song is concerned, it’s about depicting a story without dialogues and it ain’t as easy as it looks like from the outside. As an actor, I tried to be convincing enough for my audience. I hope I could do justice to it.
Lastly, tell us a bit about how you and your co-actor, Abhishek Singh connected before starting to shoot so that the chemistry and fire show on screen?
Well, we had rehearsed only for a few days before we shot the song. But the good and common thing was that we both wanted it to be as natural as possible and ultimately, we are glad that the song has been well received by the audience and people are liking our on-screen chemistry.