After playing all kind of roles in TV shows, actress Preet Mullani doesn't know what to take up next.
"So far I have played different shades... so I want to do something different than what I have been doing for the last one year. I have played all sorts of shades be it positive or negative on TV," she told IANS.
Seen in shows like "Bidaai", "Kismat" and "Jiya Jale", the actress says in daily soaps, characters' traits constantly change.
If given an opportunity, small screen actress Srishty Rode would love to play Anandi in popular show "Balika Vadhu".
She said: "If I was given a chance, I would love to work in 'Balika Vadhu' as Anandi. Everybody knows her and the character is something really different on the show."
Currently, Toral Rasputra is playing Anandi.
Daughter of cinematographer Tony Rode, Srishty, whose big break was the Fair-n-Lovely ad, and appeared in shows like "Yeh Ishq Haaye" and then "Shobha Somnath Ki" on Zee TV.
From a pure music channel to a youth-oriented general entertainment channel -- the transition of Channel V, which now boasts of a mix of drama content and reality shows, was an important business decision, says its spokesperson.
"We wanted to move out of music as we realised that as a business, it was not making sense at all. The way people are consuming music has changed now. We thought there are multiple ways where we can connect to the youth and also grow our market share considerably," Prem Kamath, the channel's executive vice president and general manager, told IANS.
After being a successful anchor on the small screen, Manish Paul moves to the big screen with "Micky Virus", but insists that he never used the small screen medium to get into movies.
The 31-year-old has anchored shows like "Dance India Dance Li'l Masters", "Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Singing Superstar" and "Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 5".
"I was a Radio Jockey also. People thought that I am doing it because I have no work. But whatever work came my way, I never thought of it as small or big and just did it," Manish told IANS
TV actor Karan V. Grover, who loves superhero characters and would like to play one on the big screen, feels that someone should attempt a technologically sound movie on fictional detective Byomkesh Bakshi's exploits.
The exploits of Byomkesh Bakshi, a brain child of Sharadindu Bandyopadhyay, were adapted into a TV series in 1993 by director Basu Chatterjee with Rajit Kapur playing the title role. The series reportedly had 33 episodes.