Mumbai: The hot and sexy Roop Durgapal who played Sanchi in the serial Balika Vadhu from 2012 to 2015. She has played characters in C.I.D., Babosa Mere Bhagwan, Shama and played Dari Dari Pari in the children’s show Baal Veer. In March 2015, she made a guest appearance as Anichchhadhari Naagin, a mythical shapeshifting snake, in Akbar Birbal. She has also appeared in television advertisements. The hot queen also was nominated as “Most Tez Taraar Personality” in the 2013 Colors Golden Petal Awards.
The hot and sexy girl takes out time and share her personal shades for her fans and followers.
- What are the diffrences you find in reel life and real life?
Actress replies, “There is no script in real life. Reel life is bound with some fixed events or story or conclusion but in real life, nobody knows what is going to happen even in the next ten mins.”
What are your tips for your fans who are crazy to look like you?
Actress tells, “The best tip to look beautiful is to stay hydrated & wear a smile rather than tons of makeup.”
Which bollywood remake you want to be the part of with the role of?
Actress shares, “I would love be to be a part of ‘Jab We Met’ remake if it will be ever made & would love to play ‘Geet’. Its one of those very few movies which I have seen several times.”
Can you please share about your hobbies and what you feel like doing in free time?
Actress shares, “My hobbies are Singing, Swimming, Watching movies & travelling. I would love to do playback singing someday. Swimming is my newly found love & I love to swim in rain also now. I love watching light rom coms & thrillers. Also I want to explore new places all over the world. I have several countries in my bucket list that I want to travel to.”
Can you share any such exprience, where u feeled satisfied that you have really rock the screen!
Actress shares, “Once, there was a scene in Balika vadhu where a drunk Sanchi comes to jaitsar and disrupts the function going on and insults everyone especially dadisa. It was very long scene, with only Sanchi talking and there were a huge number of people on set as the scene was that of some wedding function. I was quite nervous. But when we did the rehearsal, the moment i finished the scene in one go, the entire set was clapping for me. I was ecstatic. Even today people remember that scene and tease me reminding the way i had entered the set addressing dadisa as ‘Ae buddhi’.”
We wish Roop to soon rock the silver screen!