Actors Karanvir Sharma and Debattama Saha starrer Shaurya Aur Anokhi Ki Kahani produced under DJ’s a Creative Unit, is one of the most loved show on television. Karanvir & Debattama Aka Shaurya and Anokhi is ruling the hearts of viewers with their sizzling chemistry. Fans are in love with their on screen adorable equation and fondly calls the duo #Shakhi (amalgamation of their On-screen name Shaurya and Anokhi).
Now, In an interaction with FilmiBeat, Debattama Saha opened up about the concept of the show, shooting in lockdown away from home, her character and equation with co-star Karanvir Sharma. The actress is finding shooting in lockdown in distant Hyderabad a challenge. She said, “I am missing home, plus here you are cooped up. We both stay and shoot in the same place with all the mandatory protection. But then, this is a small price to repay the love our fans have showered on us.”
Talking about returning to Mumbai, the actress said , “We want to get back, but I don’t have any info about the same right now. I am sure that the channel and the production house (DJ A Creative Unit) will do the needful when suitable.”
When asked her that some people have questioned the concept of the show which shows a romance between a teacher and his female student. Debattama said, “Agreed there might be social reservations, but I feel it is fine as long as both the partners love each other. I have known two such contented real-life couples. It also boils down to the girl’s maturity level. From a creative point of view, we also have an excellent story to tell.”
Speaking about changing gears to her character, she said, “Although Anokhi and I face similar issues yet our approach to life is so different (I am impulsive while she is very sorted), it took me a bit to get into her shoes, but now I am learning to be her.”
Debattama is also having a great time on set with co-star Karanvir Sharma, “We kid around for it essential to keep things light given that most of our scenes have a lot of emotions.”
The actress, who’s quite active on social media, takes the nasty and unwelcome comment in her stride. “I guess fans become personal only because they love us. I recently tweeted something (I don’t go much on this well-known microblogging site) which made my Instagram followers jealous.”
Lastly, Debattama, who would not mind doing bold photoshoots, has refrain from posing in a bikini for now, “As I have to respect my character’s thought process.”