There are n numbers of Heroines, who have made it big on Silver Screen, from travelling towards small screen to Silver Screen. To name with, Prachi Desai of ‘Rock On’ fame is a best example to quote. Another beautiful actress, who has started her acting career in Ekta Kapoor’s Television Venture and tried her luck as a heroine in a T – Town film, ‘Aakasame Haddu’, Panchi Bora, talks more about the film and herself;
I am here to work
Acting was never my second option. I hail from a family where no one are related to films or acting. Since Childhood, always I thought of what would be future, acting is only one domain that has come to my mind. Initially, it was a bit difficult to make my parents agree to accept my decision to take acting as a profession. But, after a couple of time, seeing my dedication towards the profession, they supported me. Till date, to which ever shoot or promotional event I go, my mom makes sure that she is with me. So, I am here to ‘only’ work and doo as many as good films and Television Ventures as I can. I am only keen in accepting those roles that have a lot of scope for performance.
From T.V. to ‘Aakasame Haddu’
Initially, like any other new comer, I have made my debut in modeling, accepted certain commercials and then looked upon acting in the Television Venture of Ekta Kapoor. I have done a Daily Serial that aired in Star plus for more than a year. It fared well. But, I always wanted to explore the Silver Screen. So, just like an opportunity has come my way, the film makers of ‘Aakasame Haddu’ have seen my photographs through a Model coordinator, auditioned me for the role and I landed up playing the female lead in this ‘sensible’ film.
More about the film
‘Aakasame Haddu’ discusses about today’s ‘meaning’ for ‘love’ and ‘relationships’ that has changed their identity and almost all the youngsters today are using these terms for their own benefits. The movie released recently, is getting a lot of critical acclaim and n number of Youth audience as well as some set of matured audience are keen in watching the film. I am happy that I go to play a role that I can recall for a life time, right in my debut film. I am looking forward to do more interesting work like this. I am looking forward the film to complete its 100 days of successful running.
About getting in B – Town
I believe for an artist, language should not be a barrier. You should be able to understand the meaning of the sequence, dialogues and emote the expressions, accordingly. You should also have a amazing rapport with your co – stars as well. In this scenario, I would say, the T – Town film industry is much comfortable to work with. People over here are very understanding, caring and good to work with. I don’t aspire to succeed in any particular industry as such. As far as I am getting well acclaimed roles and good work, I am open to work with any industry and in any language.
As far as the roles and acting in them is concerned, I have no limitations at all. Be it a negative shaded role or a bubbly role or a matured woman’s role or a heroine centric film, I am ready to work. But, I am not so comfortable in wearing all those revealing clothes, on screen intimacy sequences, lip locks and bikini’s. End of the day, when I am watching my film along with my friends and family, I should not end up in an awkward situation. So, I would do nothing that would hurt myself respect and in turn my family’s reputation.
‘A heroine with a sensibility’, after listening to Panchi’s experience, one can for sure say this. Hope, unlike many other heroines, Panchi continuous to remain to her rules set!