MUMBAI: Pyaar Ka Pehla Adhyaya Shiv Shakti is garnering just right reaction from the target market. Parineeta Borthakur, who performs the function of Mandira Kashyap in it, sounds elated speaking in regards to the comments. Shiv Shakti is produced through Prateek Sharma’s Studio LSD.
“I realised the show is doing well because off late, people started coming up to me and complimenting me for Mandira’s role. I’m really enjoying my time here. The whole cast and crew gets along quite well. Biggest learning is that a good director makes a lot of difference, in terms of work environment,” smiles the actor, who’s similar to Jhumma Mitra (Padma Kashyap) and Nikki Sharma (Shakti).
Doing a day by day cleaning soap way a batch of crisp paintings. “Daily shows are really tiring, not only for actors, but everyone on set. I never take my character home. I’m a spontaneous actor, I switch on and switch off with Action and Cut,” provides Parineeta, who’s a shiv bhakt herself.
In regards to the adjustments she has viewable within the leisure trade over time, she says, “A lot of things have changed, some for the better and some the opposite. But we need to walk with time. As they say, change is the only constant. And as far as the changes that need to be brought in the industry, I think the payment terms for actors should be changed. Our payment starts after completing 60-90 days, post telecast. It should be on a monthly basis, how the rest of the crew gets.”
Day-to-day soaps have an enduring target market bottom. Then again, Parineeta does now not suppose this is true at the moment. “I have met a lot of people who recognise me from my previous works, and ask me if I’m doing any OTT because they used to watch my shows but don’t watch much TV anymore,” she says.
So what’s the hidden of a just right efficiency? “No secret, but once you are thorough with your lines, you can perform smoothly because you don’t need to think about your lines. As an actor, I believe that no matter what role I do, I will do my best. You never know who’s watching,” she ends.