Con­quer­ing Her Dreams!

In a tête-à-tête with Ci­tadel, the im­mensely am­bi­tious and de­ter­mined tele­vi­sion ac­tor RID­DHI DO­GRA re­veals her true self and talks about what keeps her go­ing and moving ahead in life.

Citadel - - COVER STORY - BY NISHAD SHINDE nishad.ci­tadel@mag­na­m­ags.com

Still main­tain­ing a child­like en­thu­si­asm in her per­son­al­ity, Rid­dhi Do­gra, a pop­u­lar name in tele­vi­sion cir­cles, puts all her en­ergy in what­ever work she takes up. As a re­sult, she has been en­joy­ing her work, with­out wor­ry­ing much about ap­pre­ci­a­tion in the form of awards and ac­co­lades. Hail­ing from the cap­i­tal of In­dia, Rid­dhi came to Bom­bay for pur­su­ing her post grad­u­a­tion, but life had dif­fer­ent plans for her. Fall­ing in love with the act­ing world, Rid­dhi de­cided not to re­turn to her home­town, and in­stead stepped into the glam­orous world of tele­vi­sion with a strong con­vic­tion. Since the day she started her ca­reer as an ac­tor, she hasn’t looked back once, even though she had to bat­tle against all odds, es­pe­cially in the be­gin­ning of her ca­reer. Al­though she hasn’t yet signed up any Bol­ly­wood projects, she is open to the idea of work­ing in films, but won’t give up on tele­vi­sion or stop tak­ing up tele­vi­sion projects for films. She be­lieves that tele­vi­sion has the power to cre­ate magic, and she doesn’t want to part with that magic! In ad­di­tion, tele­vi­sion has taught her the nu­ances of act­ing, and she con­veys her spe­cial thanks to her men­tor, Waseem Sabir, who made her a bona fide ac­tor.

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