After impressing with her deaf and mute act in Sony show, Ishaaron Ishaaron Mein, talented and good looking actor Simran Pareenja is now looking to expand her wings to the digital space.
“Ishaaron will soon bid adieu and I had a great time and next I want to try my hand at web series.”
But is not most www stuff very bold? “Well, not all differentiated online content is bold, e.g. Delhi Crime and Broken.”
“For me going bold is not a big deal, it is just that it can’t be the only selling point. If there is a requirement for such stuff and the director and production house is reputed, I will surely consider it.”
“I am also looking forward to the release of my second South film, sometime in April. Normally female leads in films on the other side of the Vindhyas don’t have much to offer, but here my character got a lot to do.”
Talking about the difference between South and Mumbai, and she says, “Shooting wise it is the same, but yes films give you more time to work on your characters, unlike harried TV sets.”
“And yes, I initially did find it tough to get the language. I am now game for Hindi films as well.”
Talking about Ishaaron Ishaaron Mein, Simran says, “I am glad I took it up for I always wanted to play contemporary and meaningful roles. It was a challenge to get the sign language right. You not only have got the emotions across sans dialogues, but also elicit the correct response from your co-actors.”
“Mudit Nayar is a very helpful co-star, and that makes the shooting process easier.”
“Deaf and mutes live a complete life like us, they too get animated, and angry, which is seen in the mannerisms and intensity of their sign language convo,” Simran adds.
Simran has been around TV for a bit, starting with Tu Mera Hero. Her first brush with success came with Kaala Teeka, “The horror fantasy genre always sells.”
“But as an actor, I always look for something fresh and then Ishaaron Ishaaron Mein came my way.”
Best of luck for your next, Simran!!