Versatile actress Sudha Chandran who is presently part of the cast of Yeh Hai Mohabbatein gets into a conversation with

Senior versatile actress Sudha Chandran is enjoying her stint in the popular Star Plus show, Yeh Hai Mohabbatein produced by Balaji Telefilms.

The entry of the Shrivastav family comprising of the mother essayed by Sudha and her two sons (Reyaansh Vir Chdha and Abhishek Malik) has revived the show quite a lot.

Says Sudha, “Yes, God has been kind again. The show is doing well and our entries have been accepted.”

Sudha is a person who can see a ray of light even if the place is pitch dark. “I always enjoy what I do, irrespective of what I am doing. Whatever it is, I don’t look for faults in the character. I always look for good things in what I do. So when you like everything, then everything works in your favour. If you start finding faults, you can only sit and complain in life. I have knowingly taken up a character. It is doing good and people are liking it. Also, I am enjoying it. Above all, the TRPs are good. God has showered his blessings on us and this is more than enough.”

Sudha has had a vast career in the small as well as big screen. Her recent stints in Naagin 1 and Naagin 2 were hugely appreciated.

Talking about her character, Sudha states, “Sudha Shrivastav is a very different personality; she is not fiery and crude. She is very stylish, calculative, smart and manipulative. It is a different kind of negative character. I am actually underplaying a lot to play the role.”

“The track is enjoyable; she is playing her game and Ishita is using her smartness to outplay her. This is a real cat and mouse game between Sudha and Ishita. Viewers love it and we are in a happy zone,” she avers.

Way to go, Sudha!!

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