Didn’t get bored of my role: Dipika

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Entertainment - Monika Rawal

Ac­tor Dipika Kakar (right), who is bet­ter known by her screen name Si­mar that gave her fame will soon quit the show, but doesn’t want to blame the script or the mak­ers of the show for her exit.

Un­like other ac­tors, Dipika has no such com­plaints from the show that she was a part of for al­most six years. Ask her if she got bored of play­ing the same role with the same look, and the ac­tor says she never felt that way.

“That’s one thing I’ll never com­plain about. I never got into the trap of be­ing type­cast. Rather, I got to play a va­ri­ety of roles in one show. Be­ing the pro­tag­o­nist, I played the worst neg­a­tive char­ac­ter, the pos­i­tive bahu, done all sorts of stunts and ro­man­tic scenes too. Not even for once I got bored dur­ing all th­ese years,” says Dipika adding that when­ever there’s a per­for­mance ori­ented scene, she puts her heart into it.

On whether she felt that the plot of the show looked funny, pro­mot­ing su­per­sti­tious be­liefs, Dipika says, “Peo­ple do think we are show­ing crap, but trust me, it’s dif­fi­cult. The way we’ve shot su­per­nat­u­ral tracks, it looks con­vinc­ing.”

Leav­ing no bad blood be­hind with the mak­ers of the show, Dipika as­serts, “I’m glad that I’m not leav­ing on a bad note. It’s been a beau­ti­ful jour­ney. I wanted mak­ers to have time to sort things out.”

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