Neha Saxena makes comeback with 'Amita Ka Amit'
Neha Saxena is back on the tube. After featuring in 'Tere Liye', she took a break, but her belief in the saying 'out of sight is out of mind' has brought her back to face the camera - even if it is for a cameo.
She has taken up a cameo in Sony TV's upcoming show, 'Amita Ka Amit'.
"I don't mind doing this cameo at the moment. I believe in the principle of 'out of sight is out of mind'. I have not done anything crucial for a while and therefore wanted to take this up," Neha told us.
However, she also made sure the role was creatively satisfying for her.
"I don't want to be just standing on screen and smiling. I want to do something concrete. I want to do something where I am creatively satisfied. This role was interesting and that is why I took it up," she said.
Talking about her role in 'Amita Ka Amit', produced by Swastik Productions, she reveals she plays a sweet simple girl.
"She is very sweet to everyone around her and is very protective and concerned," she said.
During her break, which lasted over a year, Neha enjoyed traveling and even pursued her hobby of interior decoration.
"I traveled to Malaysia and was roaming around. I was also doing a course in interior decoration, something which I love to do. Now the course is over and I am ready to make my comeback," she said.
Doesn't she want to pursue interior decoration professionally?
"I have not planned anything at the moment. But I am thinking about it," said Neha, who feels doing a cameo instead of a lead role will give her the time and freedom to do other things.
"The cameo is a good comeback as I am not stuck to one show. I can also do other things," she said.
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