Simran Pareenja of Sony show, Ishaaron Ishaaron Mein which prematurely shut shop due to Coronavirus is trying to be positive in outlook. “If you think good, better stuff happens. Therefore, it is important to keep your mind occupied. So, I am learning my mother tongue Punjabi and also how to cook. I can now make bajre ki roti and yes, also baked a nice batch of yummy cookies and cakes.”
Here she adds, “I am not saying that it is easy to keep pepped up living in India’s biggest COVID- 19 hotspot, I too feel down, so then chat up with my folks or buddies.”
When asked about her show’s sudden exit, she says, “I felt quite bad, but then the whole world is staring at a crisis. However, as I said above, I like to see the glass half full. In a way, the above show was taking a toll on me for I could not speak (mute character). You have no idea how I felt when I could mouth dialogues after a year during an online audition. Being an actor, I am used to waiting for a long time before lady lucks shines on me.” She has done KaalaTikka and a south film prior to her above last assignment.
Looking ahead, she would now want to try out a social drama. “The current pandemic has led to a lot of social inequities, so it is all the important to do my bit. I want to do something along the lines of
Chhapak. Till then, I will be more than happy doing our daily saas-bahu routine.