TV actors talk about the highs and lows of the year gone by and tell us what they are hoping to greet in the New Year. Take a look at the wishful thinking for 2015.
Rashami Desai: The year 2014 was a fairly good year. I got to do an adventure-based show and that was exciting. As for the low point, there weren’t any as such. There were a few that taught me a lot and I would learn from those humbly. For instance, I need to stick to the NY resolutions (laughs). The year 2015 will surely be fantastic, and I have resolved to cut down on eating sweets.
Muskaan Mihani: Last year was awesome as I travelled a lot with my husband, and spent a lot of quality time with him. However, work-wise, this wasn’t a great year. That was probably the only low. I am hoping for the next year to be a fantastic one for me. And my New Year resolution is to get a good project at the earliest, as I am missing the whole experience of going for a shoot and facing the camera.
Adaa Khan: The high point for me was definitely the time when I was offered the show, Piya Basanti. The low point was that it just went off a year too soon. My New Year resolution is to work out regularly, eat healthy and stay fit. It’s very important for actors to look well.
Rashmi Desai, Sneha Wagh, Sharad Malhotraa and Adaa Khan (Left to right).
Sneha Wagh: The year 2014 was a good year. I got appreciation for my telly show and also bought a car of my choice. The low point was that I couldn’t spend much time with my family due to work commitments. My New Year resolution is to focus on my fitness regime, and may be learn a musical instrument, too.
Sharad Malhotraa: I’d be cribbing if I said that the past year had any low points. I got the title role in a telly show, and that was the high point which brought me back to the limelight. So, personally and professionally, it was a good year. My resolution for 2015 is for my fans to get to see a lot more of me in the coming year.
Ankit Gera: Career-wise, the year was good. However, the low point was that my personal relationships suffered due to work, which entailed long working hours. So, by the end of the year, I learnt to balance both — my personal and professional life — that was probably the high point. In 2015, I want to get rid of my sweet tooth and control my diet in a better way.
Piyush Sahdev: The high point was that my role in the ongoing telly show was much appreciated. And the low point was that I had to be admitted to the hospital for a knee injury. And I hate being confined, so you can imagine my plight. My New Year resolution is to focus on fitness and my career simultaneously, and with full enthusiasm.