Television actress Sheen Das will soon be seen in the serial ‘Dadi Amma Dadi Amma Maan Jao‘. Sheen has also previously worked as a lead actress in Rajshri Production. Sheen considers herself very lucky as this is the first time when Rajshri Production has repeated its lead actress in a show. Recently, during a conversation with Dainik Bhaskar, Sheen shared some things related to her personal and professional life with us.
Sheen told these things
Happy with my achievement in a short time
Usually, these production houses do not repeat the actresses, but when I received a call for the show again, obviously I couldn’t believe it for a while. My previous show ‘Piyaa Albela‘ may have run for a short time but it seems that I had made a very good repo in that short time and hence got a chance again. I am very happy and I will try my best to meet the expectations of the makers.
I have to live up to expectations of veteran actors
I auditioned for the show and had to attend a lot of workshops. The team wanted me to look completely different from my old character. For which we used to attend workshops four times a week. During those workshops, I worked very hard on dialogues and body language. There are some veteran actors in this show, I have to live up to their expectations too. Believe it I have worked very hard.
I also want to bridge the difference between big and small city
Talking about the show, I personally relate to it a lot. The small-town girl, who does not have parents, has many responsibilities but she also has dreams of her own, which she wants to fulfill. I personally feel that many small-town girls do not get a chance to compete because whenever you go to a big city, the first question you are asked is where you are from and you are judged accordingly. No matter how big a degree you have achieved, it definitely matters to some people to which city you belong. It happened to me too and to be honest, like my character, I also want to remove the difference between big and small city.
If not an actor, I would have become a journalist
I always wanted to become an actor, but I could not understand where to start to fulfill this dream. I did a course in journalism and then did an internship with a news channel in Delhi. The place where the channel had its office, the shooting of a show called ‘Airlines’ was going on. There I auditioned and there was a time that the show’s actor was not able to read her lines properly. The production house gave me a chance and asked me to read those lines. I correctly read the lines and my journey to become an actor began. I got a real recognition with Piya Albela.I would have been a journalist had I not become an actor.