Sanaya Irani: “The challenge on the small screen starts to die”


Popular television star, Sanaya Irani, who will soon be seen in the Bollywood thriller ‘Ghost’, has spoken about whether or not she would return to television work.

In an interview with DNA India, Irani was asked about if she would be lured back to a full-fledged television series. She said, “If I get my kind of content on television, I will happily do it. But films and the web have spoiled me. The challenge on the small screen starts to die down as the shows go on for two years. After three months into the serial, the character is in your blood, so, I can do it on auto mode. But if I get a limited series, I will happily do it.”

Asked if she was keen to do a supernatural television show, which has been the latest trend. She said, “That’s not something I would want to try. I have done a supernatural film, but it got over in two months of shooting. I would not like to do horror at least for my next eight projects as I want to experiment.”

Meanwhile, Irani also spoke about what made her agree to taking on the role in ‘Ghost’. She added, “It was a mix of things. Firstly, the story is based on a real-life incident and when I heard it, I found it interesting. And then came my role; the character that I’m playing is extremely complex. She’s not like a normal, simple lawyer who has everything sorted in her head. When Vikram was telling me about it, he was like I really think you can do this. When I saw his conviction in me, I felt, I needed to do this.”

‘Ghost’ releases on Friday 18th October 2019.

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