Karishma Sawant excited to join Rajan Shahi’s Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai: The show has everybody’s heart for its content that plays on human values and relationships
Karishma Sawant will essay the role of Arohi in Rajan Shahi’s Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai after the show takes a leap. The actor is happy to be a part of the daily soap that has been running successfully for twelve years now.
“This show has everybody’s heart, and that goes without saying. Being a part of it makes me feel honored and respected. It’s a living dream. My character in the show is very real. It’s about how we all are at most times in our lives. Arohi is a girl, who puts herself first, and believes in herself and her dreams above anything else. I relate to the character. Arohi is a rollercoaster of emotions, both negative and positive. The extremities are something that attracts me to her. If we try and empathize with her we will all be able to relate to her in some way or the other. I am of course a different person, but I understand Arohi,” she says.
Talking about collaborating with Rajan Shahi and Directors Kut Production, she adds, “What else could I have asked for? He is the best producer and Directors Kut Production is the best production house. The transparency here makes it a unique platform when you learn so much every day. It simply makes a person fall in love with your work.”
Content is King
Content is the king. Therefore, Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai, which plays high on content is doing well.
“I don’t know about the content coming up. But how much ever we have shot has been great and the journey of ‘Yeh Rishta’ has been witnessed by all of us. It will always keep you glued to the screen. The show symbolizes human values and relationships. Family is all we have in this world. It’s the greatest joy. Every member of the family has their own role to play, which is very well showcased by Rajan sir in the show,” she explains.
Love Triangles make the drama very interesting, feels Karishma. But, she opines that love as an emotion is extremely versatile.
“Forget the triangles. Love itself has its irony, which is ‘ironically’ the beauty of it. The title of the show is unique. The ‘Rishta’ you have with yourself has to come first. And then every other Rishta has to fall in place. It sounds simple but how complex that could get we will learn about it on the show,” she ends.