Saturday, 1 June 2013

Sanaya Irani's Interview in The Telegraph

Sanaya Irani's Interview in The Telegraph

New girls in new wave

Sanaya Irani on her unconventional act in Chhanchhan

You break the bahu-beti mould with your role of a dog trainer in Chhanchhan. What do you want on-screen bahus to stop doing?

First, they should stop crying all the time! They need to stand up a little more for themselves. They should also be a little more chilled out with their husbands and less formal.

What will Chhanchhan do if she is asked to quit her job of a dog trainer after marriage?

I don’t think she will quit her job. Initially she might take a break, but she will not quit the job.

How difficult is it to shoot with the dogs?

It’s very hard to shoot with the dogs. They are not actors. They (dogs) should be rolling around in the ground instead. The crew just have to trick them into shooting the scenes.

Khushi (her character in Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon) was a pro in mithai-making and Chhanchhan is a dog trainer. Which is more fun, training dogs or making jalebis?

Dogs are more fun! I am very fond of animals and it’s definitely better than standing next to a stove with all that heat.

With which character do you identify more — Chhanchhan or Khushi?

Chhanchhan is just a normal girl, so I don’t have to try too hard to be her whereas Khushi’s character was over-the-top, loud and crazy. Anyone can identify with Chhanchhan.

There was lot of buzz about you being a part of Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa on Colors, but...

Yes, I was offered Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa but I did not want to do it, as I would not be able to cope up shooting for more than 12 hours. I love the show (Jhalak...) and I love to dance but I think I will wait for the right time. Chhanchhan has just started and is only two months old and I want to focus on it.

Shweta Keshri

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