Being in TV industry is constant struggle: Additi Gupta

Updated: 22 Jul 2017 07:24 PM
Mumbai: TV actress Additi Gupta, currently seen on the show "Ishqbaaz", says it is always a constant struggle to be in the television industry.

"Being in industry is a constant struggle...doing your best and learning everyday, getting the roles as per your wish. It's a challenge. Every day, you need to work so hard," said Ishqbaaz actress in a statement.

"Mostly people think that for a 30 minutes show, we don't need to shoot much. But we shoot for 12 hours with heavy clothes and make-up on. I wasn't used to it initially, but with time I started understanding and then I started enjoying my struggle."

"I realised that without struggles, I will not enjoy my achievements. Now, I don't enjoy easy things in my life. I love things to be a bit challenging," added the actress, who made her debut with "Kis Desh Mein Hai Meraa Dil".

As an actress, she enjoys doing different roles.

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"Experimenting something new is always fun. My debut role 'Heer' in 'Kis Desh Mein Hai Meraa Dil' was too innocent. However, I enjoyed it," she said.

She soon got pulled towards negative characters.

"I really wanted to do negative characters. So, then I got a chance to experiment in 'Sanjog Se Bani Sangini'. I played a lover who had a bit of grey shades. Later on, I took up completely a negative role in 'Qubool Hai'," she said.

Talking about "Ishqbaaz", she said: "My character is actually crazy. But it's fun doing it as you get to act knowing that you don't relate to the character in real life."