Performing artist Shivani Tomar, who assumes the lead part in up and coming network show “Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon”, says a lion’s share of the Indian group of onlookers needs to see ladies who are somewhat overwhelmed by men.
In the Star Plus show, Shivani plays a lady from Allahabad.
Gotten some information about the cliché portrayal of ladies on Indian TV, Shivani told IANS here: “I think individuals jump at the chance to see ‘bechari ladki’ (lady in trouble) on the screen with regards to the TV group of onlookers. That is the reason we get the opportunity to see two of the extraordinary classifications of ladies in our TV serials – it is possible that they are superwomen who are very fruitful in expert and family life, or checking sensitivity from everybody in light of enthusiastic battle of a standard working class family.
“Indeed, I don’t relate (as a group of people) to either.”
As indicated by the performing artist, her part as Chandni in “Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon”, is a decent adjust of both, as the character has a solid identity and is profoundly taught, however does not “shout out” to demonstrate her capacity in each progression of life.
“Chandni is knowledgeable in Sanskrit, knows every one of the ceremonies, vigorously affected by the heavenly Gita. As an individual, she has a solid identity, however she is an alleged “sanskari” young lady, in the meantime, she has an excursion where she battles on occasion. So you see, there is an adjust of both. That is the reason I found the character extremely fascinating to play,” Shivani said.
Strikingly, playing this character has given her space to develop as a person too.
She stated: “My Hindi and English is great, yet not Sanskrit. So I needed to learn Sanskrit, different shlokas of Bhagvad Gita to comprehend them well. What’s more, that is giving me a superior understanding of our Hindu religion. I wouldn’t need to dive into the points of interest of that, notwithstanding my character, yet this is all great.”
Shivani moved base to Mumbai from Delhi five years back. Her battle included being supplanted in three TV programs to be specific “Kasam Tere Pyaar Ki”, “Mohra” and “Tu Mera Hero”.
“Indeed, I had two choices – either gather my sack and backpedal to Delhi or face the battle. I picked the last on the grounds that my folks bolstered me all through. They never showed me to flee from any circumstance, the battle is a piece of our excursion. So I feel honored today.”