“Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii” fame actor Ali Hasan Turabi, who is playing a character with grey shades in “Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai”, says he enjoys doing negative roles.
He essays the role of Akhilesh Goenka, uncle of actor Mohsin Khan’s character in “Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai”.
“Shooting for a show like ‘Yeh Rishta…’ is always fun. I got a new family and friends on the set. We enjoy a lot working together. I bond with all. Mohsin is a special and dear friend now,” Ali said in a statement.
They have fun when they are not shooting too.
“We keep pulling each other’s leg. Shooting for a family drama is always heart warming. It gives you lots of special memories. I love doing negative roles. Relating to something which you are not in real life, is always fun and challenging for an artiste,” he said.
Ruchika Rajput passionate about cooking
Actress Ruchika Rajput says after acting, she is passionate about cooking.
“After acting if I am in love with something, it would definitely be cooking. I enjoy my free time by cooking. It gives me relaxation. Right now, I’m in London and enjoying my break from acting,” Ruchika said in a statement.
“I spend more time on cooking Indian food. Recently, my friends enjoyed my home-made pani puri and vegetable pasta,” added the actress, who featured in shows like “Yeh Hai Mohabbatein” and “Savdhaan India”.
Reena tries to learn technicalities while watching movies
Actress Reena Aggarwal, known for shows like “Kya Mast Hai Life” and Agent Raghav – Crime Branch”, finds films educative, and she tries to learn the technical aspects of a movie.
“I love watching movies. It takes you away from the real world for some time. I just love that feeling. Before entering showbiz, I used to watch movies to get entertained. But now that I’m a part of the industry, I watch movies with a very different aspect,” she said in a statement.
“I try to learn technicalities while watching. Every film educates me. I learn lots of dos and don’ts,” she added.
Reena will be soon seen in the Marathi movie “Dev Devharyat Nahi”.