Beautiful and brilliant Indian actress Shivangi Verma shot to prominence alongside her MasterChef boyfriend Ripudaman Handa on the reality show Nach Baliye.
She then went on to showcase her acting abilities in films like “Humari Sister Didi,” “Reporters,” and “Kuch Rang Pyaar Ke Aise Bhi.”
The actress spoke with Bollyfunmaza, where she shared some fascinating information.
What’s the most hilarious thing you can think of to ‘Script Ki Demand’?
This is not humorous or strange; it’s really risky. For a project, I needed to put on more than 10 or 11 pounds. I finally did it, and I’m on the brink of reducing weight. I’ve gotten a lot of praise for my work and a lot of laughs, so it’s definitely entertaining. Once upon a time, they were the ones who loved me. I was feeling the effects, but now I’m OK. I played a belly dancer in a Tamil film. I have sung this song in “Nana Buluku” opposite my idol, Vijay Antony.
The behavior for which you consistently receive reprimand from your parents?
I tend to sleep in. My health and the kind of life I lead dictate that I get up around 8:30 or 9 each morning, yet for some reason I keep awakening at 1:30 or 3:30 in the morning. This causes me to be chastised and causes everything to run late.
Can you tell us about your TV industry crush?
I really, really, hope that he doesn’t see this. Vishal Aditya Singh is his full name. I have had the pleasure of working with him, and I must say that I enjoy his company and appreciate his good attitude.
What was a mandatory child hairdo you had to endure?
Two pigtails are my birthday hairstyle of choice. So, on my big day, I rocked a damaged cut that my folks thought was adorable but which made me feel anything but. Two large rubber bands were used in an attempt to fashion this cat.
Give me an example of your favorite college joke.
There were lots of bunk beds in use. One of my favorite anecdotes is a girl from college who had the most gorgeous hair I’d ever seen. I intended to copy the cut, but failed to consider that it wouldn’t look good on me. Thus, I was prevented from attending university until such time as my hair had grown out sufficiently to permit my return.
Give me an example of a tearjerker from your youth.
It’s all my mom, dad, and sister have given up for me. So, I owe it all to them; they made me who I am. My entire existence, not just my youth. There have been times when money has been tight, and I come from a great school, but my parents insisted I attend a Christian institution so that I would have a solid foundation from which to grow. So, they took out some mortgages and sold some jewelry, and that’s about it. My parents have done so much for me, and now that I’m older, I’m able to give back.
When you first saw your name on the hoarding board, how did you react?
It was the last word. For me, they were the days of Nach Baliye. The show’s sixth season and the hoarding were heavily promoted. It was a great time, full of tears and pride.
Tell us about some sneaky thing you did before you were famous.
I remember seeing homeless people near a Gurudwara. One day, I just decided to hand over the keys. When I was young, I had little money and was completely reliant on my family, but as an adult, I still feel compelled to give to those who are less fortunate than myself. They only gave me ten rupees when I asked, but I gave the rest to the homeless people who were begging. I believe it was their joy that paved the way for me to be here today. They were taken aback when I informed them later at home. Even though I knew it was wrong, I went ahead and did it anyway.
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