September 4, 2019
At the end of the day, the part you play should feel like a real person, unless stylistically it's not meant to.When I get a part, whether it's for the stage or for the camera, I think about what the person looks like, what they think, what their life has been, what they want, how they walk, if they read, exercise et cetera, I can go on. Maybe the difference if any could be that you possibly have the scope of internalizing more when acting for the camera. On stage the person sitting right at the end of the auditorium should know what you're feeling/doing, so a lot of directors end up telling actors to project more and be bigger. But that too is subjective. But on every job you have to find your scale and it is a very collaborative process between the actor and the director. I'm still learning and trying to figure it out.
When I got offered the show, I cried and called my mom and my best friend and furiously thanked Kavish who had casted me. I wasn't expecting it. All other people in the running were more experienced, known faces. I was surprised and very, very grateful. Then when I met the cast and the directors, I knew I'd have a great time because it was a wonderful and an extremely fun bunch. And I did have a great time!We expected fans to react negatively to the show in the beginning. But we all hoped that they'd still give it a chance and watch out of curiosity. I think most people who have watched all of Season 1, both new viewers and fans, now have positive things to say about it. And Pammi has got so much love! I hope that in time to come it becomes, in its own way, the kind of show you can go back to again and again, pick out any episode, and it would make you happy after a long day