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Supernatural shows are more than just kitchens and crying: Krystle D’souza

Brahmarakshas actor Krystle D’souza feels supernatural shows are a refreshing change for her after eight years of saas bahu shows.

tv Updated: Aug 16, 2016 18:50 IST
Kavita Awaasthi
Krystle D’souza

Krystle D'souza feels the supernatural genre is a welcome change that allows actors to experiment.

In her nine-year-long career, Krystle D’souza has been part of eight serials and a couple of reality shows. However, the actor seems to be unfazed by the rising competition in the industry. She says it doesn’t bother her when her friends and contemporaries do well and bag hit shows. “If someone decides to go ahead with a project that I had rejected earlier, and it works out well for him or her, there is no point in feeling bad,” she says the actor who appeared in Ek Hazaaron Mein Meri Behna Hai.

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In fact, the actor “feels happy when her friends do well”. “I am not doing certain roles out of choice. I am emotionally and financially stable at the moment. So, I don’t want to take up a project for the sake of it. I want to work and follow my passion, and not anything else,” says Krystle.

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She is currently part of a supernatural show, and feels that the theme of the serial is like “a breath of fresh air” from the saas-bahu shows she has acted in previously. “I think it is different from what we (actors) have done earlier. Supernatural characters allow actors to experiment,” she says, adding, “The role isn’t restricted to standing in the kitchen and crying. I love doing that too. But I have done enough of that,” she says.