TV best institution: Shama Sikander
"To be honest, if you are a television actor, film is like a cakewalk for you. Television is very difficult, but it teaches you a lot. If one shoots one scene in a day for a film, we shoot 10-12 scenes in a day for a TV show. So, it makes you very fast. It is the best institution," said Shama who had a pivotal role in 'Prem Aggan' (1998) and also featured in 1999 release 'Mann'.
The 31-year-old, who belongs to Makrana, Rajasthan, is returning to the small screen as an evil fairy in the show 'Baal Veer'. She is happy to play a negative role in SAB TV's new show.
"I have always got roles where I have been a nice person. So, I wanted to explore my dark side...It's sort of a self-discovery process for me," she added.
Shooting for the role was tough as it requires flying in the air with heavy costumes.
"My costume is very heavy. It's 20-25 kgs heavy, but it makes me look stunning," said Shama who was also seen in fantasy show 'Seven'.
Although she had her share of struggle, but she is glad that she could make a name for herself on her own.
"It feels great. I have had a tough time...had my share of pain and misery. But at the same time there is a lot of contentment because I did it on my own," Shama told us.
"And they respect my work. It gives me a lot of joy that I have been able to create a brand name for myself. As an actor, it is very challenging because it is a great thing to do," added the actress.
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