Ishita on love, her new show and Tanushree

Published: 09th July 2016 02:56 AM  |   Last Updated: 09th July 2016 12:52 PM   |  A+A-

I shita Dutta who played Ajay Devgn’s daughter in Drishyam (2015) is currently doing a new show Rishton Ka Saudagar – Baazigar.

How has the audience reacted to your new show?

The reaction has been superb. Loads of people are calling me; they are liking the show specially after the episode in which there was revelation about where the characters live. People really liked the twist.

In the serial Vatsal Seth and you play opposites ... do you believe opposites attract?

Ishita.jpgThere is no single formula for love to work.  What matters is what you feel for each other. I know people say opposite attracts but I don’t believe that’s always true.

Do you believe in love?

Yes, completely and absolutely. I have a very fairy tale concept about love. I feel when I see him bells will ring. I am waiting for something like this to happen with me.

Your sister Tanushree is also an actress. Does she guide you?

Completely. I am in this industry because of her. She knows me better than I know myself. When Drishyam happened, she was the first person I seeked advice from. I asked her if I should do the film. She was confident and said I should definitely do it. “You will be part of a big project, get to work with a good team and learn so much.” I think her advice has always been good for my career. I always talk to her before I take any decisions.

Is Tanushree working on a project?

No. She is waiting for the right project to make a comeback. In the meanwhile she is travelling.

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