Why Ti­naa Dat­taa has been choosy with her pro­jects

Hindustan Times (Ranchi) - Live - - Entertainment - Yashika Mathur

Ac­tor Ti­naa Dat­taa made a big de­but on the small screen with the show Ut­taran, which was quite a hit among the masses and was on air for seven years. How­ever, after that, the ac­tor was miss­ing from ac­tion for al­most two years, be­fore tak­ing up an­other daily soap, Shani.

“I am choosy about work as I am par­tic­u­lar about the sto­ry­line, the role and also the pro­duc­tion house I work with. I some­where be­lieve that a good pro­duc­tion house makes [help build] brands and ac­tors. So, I have been par­tic­u­lar about it,” shares Ti­naa, who will now be seen in a show based on su­per­nat­u­ral el­e­ments.

The ac­tor in­forms that a lot of other shows and roles, in­clud­ing nega­tive and cameo ap­pear­ances, had been of­fered to her but she would “rather sit at home” than do a project that she is not con­tent with.

Ti­naa doesn’t re­gret that Ut­taran’s long run on TV did stereo­type her as an ac­tor. But, to break that im­age, she went on to par­tic­i­pate in the re­al­ity show, Kha­tron Ke Khi­ladi. How­ever, she is quick to as­sert that when­ever she takes up a project, she gives it her full at­ten­tion.

I am choosy about work as I am par­tic­u­lar about the sto­ry­line, the role and the pro­duc­tion house. TI­NAA DAT­TAA AC­TOR

PHOTO: IN­STA­GRAM/ DATTAATINAA

Ac­tor Ti­naa Dat­taa will be back on TV with a show based on su­per­nat­u­ral el­e­ments

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