Aditi Bhatia, Ruhi of Yeh Hai Mohabbatein gets into a conversation where she talks about the good character graph that she has seen in the show.

The best part about Ruhi of Yeh Hai Mohabbatein is that she is not perfect: Aditi Bhatia

Aditi Bhatia has won hearts of viewers in the role of Ruhi in Yeh Hai Mohabbatein, the popular Star Plus show produced by Balaji Telefilms.

She’s had a good run in the role and looks forward to having a romantic track with Karan (Reyaansh Vir Chadha) in the show.

Talking about her character, Aditi Bhatia states, “Ruhi’s character is developing very well. There is a reason why she is falling for Karan. Viewers will get to see some cute moments between the two.”

On the good graph she has got in her role, Aditi exclaims, “It has been amazing. The character sketch has been nice. It has always been very positive and nice.”

“Honestly speaking, Ruhi has not always been liked by viewers for whatever she has done. But there has always been a reason why Ruhi has behaved in a certain way. So that’s a very good part about the show. The show has always kept the character very real. Overall, a normal human too has a lot of sides. And in the same way, Ruhi is not perfect and is responsible for the mistakes she has made,” Aditi adds.

Aditi Bhatia is in awe of her senior co-actors Karan Patel and Divyanka Tripathi. “When I entered the show, they were all senior actors to me. But now they have become family. Of course, I even now look up to them. But the camaraderie is very nice and cool. Everyday with them is a learning experience. The way they perform is beautiful. The best part is that we all have understood our characters so well, that we know how the other character will react in a given situation.”

Ask her what will be her takeaway from the character of Ruhi and she is quick to say, “The love that Ruhi showers on her family is simply amazing. For her self respect is more than anything. This is something that I will love to take home from Ruhi.”

Well-said, Aditi!!

 

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