Kri­tika is long­ing for a hol­i­day

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Leisure -

Ac­tor Kri­tika Kamra (right), whose news­room drama show just got wrapped up, has only fond mem­o­ries to take back from the TV show. She is not sign­ing another fic­tion en­ter­tainer any­time soon as she is yearn­ing for a break. Ad­dress­ing ru­mours that she has been ap­proached for a new show, Kri­tika says: “I’m not do­ing any show (as of now). I have just fin­ished the last day of shoot­ing for my show on Oc­to­ber 6, and right now I have no plans of tak­ing up any show any­time soon. Right now, I need a break.”

Not one to do back-to-back fic­tion shows, the ac­tor, who has ear­lier im­pressed small screen lovers in Ki­tani Mo­hab­bat Hai and Kuch Toh Log Ka­henge and as the host of MTV Webbed, says she has al­ways been open to try­ing dif­fer­ent gen­res.

“I’ve done fic­tion shows, non-fic­tion shows, short films and I’ve also been an an­chor on TV, so I like to main­tain a bal­ance. As of now, I’m in talks for some shows, but it will only be fea­si­ble to talk about it when there’s some­thing con­crete,” Kri­tika said, and hinted that a film may be in the pipeline too.

The ac­tor has also been do­ing some in­ter­est­ing short films, which have been re­ceived well on dig­i­tal plat­forms. About her ex­pe­ri­ence of work­ing on the news­room show — which also starred Ra­jeev Khan­del­wal, she says: “It was a dream team. The con­cept was new, and what was par­tic­u­larly won­der­ful was that the story was not changed or moulded for the sake of TRPs.”

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