In conversation with Parvati Vaze.

Jaya’s rudeness towards Jaiveer, in Sajan Re Phir Jhooth Mat Bolo, did not wash down with some fans: Parvati Vaze

Parvati Vaze, of just-about-to-end SAB TV show, Sajan Re Phir Jhooth Mat Bolo, does not like to talk about her personal life. “As my boyfriend, Ritesh Nath, is non-industry, I don’t think it needs to be spoken about. Things are going well is all that I will say.”

She has really enjoyed her stint in the above Optimystix Entertainment show. “As an actor, I got to essay different shades of Jaya– at first, she was a lovable girl; later, post memory loss, she becomes hard or rude towards Jaiveer (Hussain Kuwajerwala). This apparently did not wash down well with some fans.”

Ask her if the show could have been continued, andshe says,“These questions are better answered by the channel or the production house. All said and done, it was no mean task to last for a year and a half. Normally, most shows peter out much earlier.”

Looking ahead, she would be open for social dramas. “However, I would not want to play a dukhyari bahu. The creative would need to justify her actions.”

She is also open to web, “But I would not want to be part of the new trend of filling your content with sex, just because the format allows you to. If I get a role with the above elements, but that are required by the script, I will then consider it, taking the entire project in mind.”

In closing, Parvati is very happy to be a part of the TV industry which accommodates all. “It does not discriminate on the basis ofwhere you came from. TV is more open to newcomers, unlike films, which seem to be a big star kid club.” Parvati had begun in films, with a cameo in Bachna Aae Haseeno. She was first noticed in Mumbai with TV show, Sapno Se Bhare Naina, back in 2010.

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