The cast and crew of television show Veera visited Amritsar recently to promote their show. Actors Sneha Wagh and Kapil Nirmal along with child actors Harshita Ojha and Bhavesh Balchandani spoke about their visit to the Golden Temple and their plans for the future.
Kapil, who plays one of the lead characters on the show, says, “Initially, I didn’t enjoy the character much. But now I have started enjoying it.” The actor is also interested in entering Bollywood. “I want to work in Bollywood and I am trying for it. Let’s see when that happens... offers toh aate rehte hain,” says Kapil.
The young lad, who is a class 7 student, says that managing his studies and acting is not difficult. “Whenever I get time, I do study on the sets. Studying is very important. But it is not tough to manage both. My teachers and school are very supportive.” Bhavesh is reportedly playing Emraan Hashmi’s son in Ekta Kapoor’s upcoming production, Ek Thi Daayan.
All of six, Harshita says she enjoys the shooting process a lot. As she fiddles with her dad’s ipad, she says, “My friends keep asking me to take them to the shoots. And, I keep telling them that I’ll take them soon.” Harshita, who has a small role in Shah Rukh Khan’s Chennai Express, says, “I want to be a doctor when I grow up.”
Sneha, who rose to fame thanks to her TV show Jyoti, plans to direct a Bollywood film soon. “After Jyoti, I took a break for two years from work during which I did a course in filmmaking from London Film Academy. And now my dream is to direct an entertaining masala film,” says the 25-year-old. But, Sneha says her loyalty will always stay with the small screen. “Whatever I am today is because of television. So, I will always be loyal to the small screen.”