“After a good start, we did lose our way a bit for whatever reasons. At first, I too was unsure, for Kuhu’s behavior towards Mishti (Rhea Sharma) had no basis. But I guess, every story does take time to find its feet and I am glad our time has finally come. The team never lost hope and kept working hard, having full trust in our writers.”
Talking about her character, Kaveri says, “Kuhu is a very normal gal with both positive and negative traits. It is just that certain things happen, forcing her to react in a particular manner. Here I must point out that despite her greyish slant, I have got lots of love from the audiences.”
“Agreed I have got my share of hate mails as well. This did affect me at first, but now I have come around to getting the fact that it is my performance which makes them do what they do.”
Going on, she says, “I am loving performing each and every scene. Although I am a director’s actor, I do raise and lower the graph as per requirement. Nasty trolling and comments about my acting don’t affect me, for the creative team is satisfied with my output.”
Looking ahead, Kuhu will finally bring Kunal (Ritvik Arora), whom she loves, to line. “It is high time. He has been taking her too much for granted,” added she, about the ever-evolving plotline.
Kaveri is having a great time off screen with all the leads (Shaheer Sheikh, Rhea and Ritvik), and this bonding rubs off positively on screen as well. “We are open to giving and receiving suggestions to make the scenes better.”
In closing, Kaveri says that she is happy with her journey. “I am just grateful for having been given such a great start. As for the future, I take each day as it comes.”