Nimrit Kaur Ahluwalia On Her Character In “Choti Sarrdaarni”: “Meher Is Unapologetically Herself”

Mohnish Singh |Jul 02, 2019

Former beauty pageant participant, Nimrit Kaur Ahluwalia, kick-starts her acting career with Colors’ newly launched show, “Choti Sarrdaarni”. Here’s what the newcomer has to say about the show and how she bagged it.

Nimrit Kaur Ahluwalia, who competed in Miss India 2018 to reach for the coveted crown, begins her acting career with the newly launched television show, Choti Sarrdaarni, which is billed as the next big offering by Colors. The soap opera hit the airwaves on the network on 1st July, and if the first episode is anything to go by, the series does look quite promising.

Ahead of the launch of Choti Sarrdaarni, Nimrit Kaur Ahluwalia told STARBIZ that how she bagged the show.

“I auditioned for the show on 14th February 2019, and I finally signed it by the end of May. More than them (producers) wanting me to do it, I felt that a part of me had already given to the character because when I first heard the storyline of the show, I found it to be exceptionally well. It was always my dream that whenever I make my debut, whether it is on TV, films or the web, my character has to be such that it stays in people’s hearts forever. There should be a relatability factor, something which I found in the story of Choti Sarrdaarni.”

Nimrit Kaur Ahluwalia went on to add that she connects to her character in the show. “I feel Meher is today’s girl. She is unapologetically herself. She is very close to her culture. She is very close to her ideologies. She has a very open perception of feminism that we keep talking about today. She is a woman of today. I like her because she is fiercely very independent, which I feel I could connect to. It is wonderful that you get to play so many layers in one character. For an artist, it is a great opportunity.”

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When asked if she feels any kind of pressure being the face of the show, Nimrit Kaur Ahluwalia averred, “Honestly, I feel, I don’t see it as pressure. Let me tell you why because there are thousands of people who wait for such opportunities. I am just so grateful every day, so it does not seem like pressure at all. Yes, of course, being the face of the show, there will always be some pressure. But then I don’t think that the whole story is going to work just because of me; it will work because of other characters also. It will work because of the inputs and help of my co-actors. At this point in time, I don’t feel any stress or pressure because I am only loving it. So, give me all the pressure,” concluded the actress.

Produced by Rajesh Ram Singh and Pradeep Kumar, Choti Sarrdaarni airs at 7:30 PM, Monday to Friday only on Colors.


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