Jyoti Sharma talks about her new show Ram Pyaare Sirf Humare

For me, the most difficult genre is comedy: Ram Pyaare Sirf Humare lead Jyoti Sharma

Enchanting beauty Jyoti Sharma, who has entertained audiences in shows like ‘Diya Aur Baati Hum’, ‘Mann Mein Hai Vishwas’, ‘Aisi Deewangi Dekhi Nahi Kahi’, is back on screen with a different character.

The young actress will be seen playing the lead role of Dulari in Zee TV’s upcoming show Ram Pyaare Sirf Humare. The show follows the story of Dulari who is amply aware of how her ideal husband is the cynosure of every woman’s eyes and how she keeps him safe from the clutches of other women vying for his attention.

In conversation with IWMBuzz.com, the actress speaks about her new show and more. Read on:

What prompted you to take up the show?

I was looking for a light-hearted show, which is not a typical saas-bahu drama. This show is indeed very different. Coming back to ZEE TV is like coming back to your family after a long vacation. These aspects made me pick this project.

Can you tell us about your character?

My character’s name is Dulari, who is very innocent and her husband is very dear to her. She also thinks that her husband can never be wrong no matter what. She blindly loves her husband. In today’s time, it is very difficult to find such a woman.

What do you think is the USP of Ram Pyaare Sirf Humare?

Ram Pyaare Sirf Humare has varied types of characters. In this show, none of the characters will overshadow the other one. Every role has its own identity. Also, I believe it is a light-hearted serial and that is the USP.

Will it be a comedy show, if yes, how difficult is it to make people laugh?

It is a comedy-drama – dramedy. It is indeed very difficult to make people laugh. I believe you can bring all kinds of emotions to your face like – crying, getting angry by remembering any past moment. However, making the audience laugh via your words or by making funny faces is difficult. It may sound funny to you but audiences may not find it funny. For me, the most difficult genre has to be comedy.

How did you use your lockdown period productively?

It was a good period, though I missed my family. Unfortunately, I couldn’t spend time with my father. Having said that I used my free time by reading books and cooking. I am from a joint family so I utilized this time by having group chat and video calls with my extended family.

What did you miss the most during lockdown?

My father’s visit is what I missed the most. If I am not able to go to my hometown then he makes sure to visit me every two months. Unfortunately, it has been almost a year and I have not met my father. I missed him the most. I also missed shooting and work but now I am back on set to entertain my fans.

Any message for audiences?

I would just like to say that do watch my new show and enjoy it. I wish all be safe and stay healthy.

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