Young and talented Assamese actress Surabhi Das, who made her debut on national television with the Colors show Nima Denzongpa, is a household name now. Her portrayal of Nima has garnered immense love and appreciation from viewers. During the eight-month of her journey, Surabhi has learnt a lot from the show.
In an exclusive conversation with IWMBuzz.com, Surabhi spoke about her journey, upcoming plot, challenge, working experience with co-star Iqbal Khan and more. Read on:
How has the journey been with the show so far?
It has been an incredible journey. I would say it has been a learning process. I have learnt a lot from the show and journey. Everything was new for me when I came here but now I am aware of a lot of things. I am blessed that at the beginning of my career I got a supporting cast. My co-stars have been with me and have helped me. I am glad about my journey so far.
The show is gearing up for Virat and Nima’s love story. What can audiences expect in the coming episodes?
To be very honest, I am very happy with the current storyline. I am glad how the story is shaping up. Nima is already in love but will she confess, that is still a question. I hope it happens in the future. As of now, the lovely moments of the couple will surely hook audiences to their TV screens.
What has been the biggest challenge while shooting for the show?
The biggest challenge is playing a mother to three grown-up daughters. When I was in Assam, I had no idea about this storyline. When I came here the makers narrated the storyline and I agreed to do it. I thought it would be a learning experience for me. However, essaying a mother to grownups was a big decision in my life. I was worried initially but now I am fine about it.
How has been your working experience with co-star Iqbal Khan?
I really didn’t think he would be so friendly. But he is such a cool and grounded human being. On the set, we keep joking about things. I keep punching him. We have bonded really well. I don’t feel any hesitation while talking to him. I can share anything with him and he always comes up with solutions or advice that is best for me. He is one of the best co-actors one can ever have.
If not an actress, what would you have been?
I always wanted to become an actress. I had this goal and I am currently living my dream. But if not an actress, I would have been a social media influencer. As I am already a content creator.
What lesson have you learnt during the journey?
One thing that I have learnt while doing the show is that stay happy and positive, no matter what.
Any final message
I would like to thank them for loving me, my character Nima and our show. Fans will see Nima happy finally. So there is a lot in the store for the viewers. I would urge them to watch the show and shower their love.