‘Su­per­nat­u­ral fic­tion shows are in vogue’

Hindustan Times ST (Jaipur) - Hindustan Times (Jaipur) - City - - Time Out - Shreya Mukher­jee

Un­like many, who feel the con­tent on Indian tele­vi­sion is be­com­ing re­gres­sive, ac­tor Krys­tle D’souza (above) says that the cur­rent set of shows are a wel­come change from the bor­ing saas-bahu dra­mas. The ac­tor, who played the main char­ac­ter in the su­per­nat­u­ral fic­tion show, Brah­marak­shas that nar­rate the story of an evil spirit, says, “If peo­ple are not watch­ing these shows, then how are they still on the top at the TRP charts? The pop­u­lar­ity of such shows prove that many en­joy watch­ing them but don’t want to ad­mit it. They are just be­ing hyp­ocrites. At least, such shows are like a breath of fresh air amidst the over­dose of saas-bahu sagas. A lot was said about my show, but it did well.” Krys­tle en­joyed act­ing in the su­per­nat­u­ral show, where she got scope to ex­per­i­ment. “It wasn’t a reg­u­lar show. For my role, I shot in jun­gles, did stunts and fight se­quences on the har­ness. I got hurt and bruised, but en­joyed it,” she says. Mean­while, she is on talks to be a part of a hor­ror com­edy, which will re­port­edly re­place a ongoing fic­tion star­ring ac­tors Kratika Sen­gar and Ssharad Mal­ho­tra. a

If peo­ple are not watch­ing these shows, then how are they still on the top at the TRP charts? KRYS­TLE D’SOUZA, AC­TOR

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