Avantika Dasani, the daughter of Bhagyasree, a popular actress of the 90s, said that she was teased for her voice at a young age and that it took her a few years to realize that it was not something she should regret. In a new interview with the Hindustan Times, Avantika talks about her first introduction – the myth of Rohan Sippy, the evils of being Bhagyasree’s daughter and more.
Commenting on her response after the promos for Myth were released, Avantika said, “I like a lot of people talking about my voice and the modulation of my character. I was very happy because my voice was not considered normal. This is something I felt emotionally. Now, it has been able to turn it into a different advantage and use it in a different way. Many friends and family members have pointed out to me that in real life I do not look like Riya (Avantika’s character) and I was very happy to hear that.
He added, “I have a husky voice, not your usual sweet and melodic voice. It’s unique and something I realized when I was a kid. I was told that it sounds in its own way. A lot of people talk about this, and many made fun of me. I think the voice distinguishes me, and you will always remember it. I loved that part, but it took me a while (to realize it). It took me two years. When you are a teenager you want to be fit and anything that makes you stand out, unfortunately, makes you feel bad. As you grow older, you will love them more.
Huma Qureshi plays a Hindi professor in a six-part web series directed by Rohan Sippy.
Avantika makes her debut through a show starring in a negative character. Avantika said that the shades of gray made Mitya choose. When asked about the difficult parts of working in Midia, she said, “Rhea is an explosive character. She’s passionate and I am totally the opposite – I’m a hyper-thinker. I have to plan and do everything. I’m very sensitive and emotional. She’s emotional too, but in a very different way.”
“The hard part was that in my first two days of filming I had to film the most stressful parts of the character – emotionally and physically – (appearing in the final episode). It was like throwing me into a deep ending. It was my monologue, my climax scene and that was my first in front of the camera. Day.It was scary and trembling at the time but it also eased the pressure because it would be done just like we did the hard part the rest of the day and also did not have much time for preparation.Before two weeks before boarding the plane to go filming, I was locked up for the project.We only manage a few readings. .I’m glad everyone was so supportive and patient with me, I made my mistakes as a newbie and learned along the way.
Avantika also shared the disadvantages of being a star child. “I like what I do, but there are expectations and assumptions about how easy it is, or how we hand everything over on a plate, or how I should be or choose projects. People are starting to box with you. Fortunately for me, things have changed for the better. She’s healthy and beautiful. I hope those genes stay the same, but I’m not expecting her to stay the same at her age. I do not know how to proceed. “
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Avantika also talked about what Salman had said earlier that it was hard for me to watch Bhagyasree’s first film Maine Pyar Kiya with Salman Khan. Avantika said, “I will clarify this. I was a toddler and had no understanding of cinema. I was a toddler watching my mom sad on screen and I didn’t like it. It’s so simple, it’s not dramatic. I do not understand what is happening. I was like ‘why mom is sad’. That’s all. My idea about movies and shows is kids shows, animated cartoon stuff. Also, all of a sudden you put my mom on screen and show me her crying. Frankly, I’m not going to like it. “I’m not sure, but I think Maine Pierre Kia is his mom’s first film,” he said.