Romancing Seven Actors for One Show Tough: Surbhi Jyoti

Actress Surbhi Jyoti, who has been a constant, says romancing them all on screen has been quite a task.

Published: 18th May 2015 03:51 PM  |   Last Updated: 18th May 2015 03:51 PM   |  A+A-

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HIMACHAL PRADESH: Ever since "Qubool Hai" began on the Indian telly, as many as seven actors have been changed for the main lead. Actress Surbhi Jyoti, who has been a constant, says romancing them all on screen has been quite a task.

She feels that striking the right chemistry with new co-stars is difficult, but then, it's a part of her job.

Romancing seven actors is difficult. It is not easy to romance a new guy on a new day as a matter of fact it is difficult to find the comfort level with any new introduction (in the cast). It is difficult, but that is my job,” Surbhi told IANS here.

The show, which started in 2011 on Zee TV, has undergone several changes -- be it introducing a supernatural factor, taking leap or incorporating the India-Pakistan angle.

The actress mentioned that a new surprise welcomes her everyday when she reaches the show's set.

Everyday is a new day for me because our writers are superb. They are great in there job and they write a storyline where there is no point of dragging. So, yes I'm enjoying since day one," said Surbhi, who was here to shoot a special sequence for the show.

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