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Aishwarya Khare On Bhagya Lakshmi: This Show Will Inspire People To Help Others Selflessly

Aishwarya admits that being very similar to the character, she did not have to be put a lot of effort for stepping into the role.

Bhagya Lakshmi actor Aishwarya Khare, says her character Lakshmi personifies generosity and such individuals exist in the world even today.

Aishwarya says, “I play a girl called Lakshmi. The best word to describe this character is selflessness. Whenever she sees anybody in a problem, she does not think about herself and will jump in to help them. She is a soft spoken person and can do anything for her family.”

“Everybody helps their own family but people like Lakshmi still exist in reality who help those who are not even related to her in any way. This show will inspire people to help others selflessly.”

Talking about similarities Aishwarya shares with Lakshmi, the actress shares, “I have two younger sisters just like Lakshmi. I am equally caring about them just like her. Also I am softspoken like her and respect elders. And I believe in destiny just like Lakshmi. My dad has taught this to me since childhood.”

Aishwarya admits that being very similar to the character, she did not have to be put a lot of effort for stepping into the role. However, she had to learn one thing, that is, Punjabi accent because her character comes from a Punjabi family.

“It was easier to step into Lakshmi due to the similarities we share. However, I had to learn the Punjabi accent because she comes from a Punjabi family. I am from Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh so the Punjabi accent was new for me.”

Talking about playing the protagonist, she says, “I’m extremely excited and getting goosebumps and butterflies in my stomach. There is little pressure regarding the work but my happiness has subdued that. I am very motivated right now and just want to give my best.”

“We’ve been shooting for almost two months. My co-stars are great and we have developed a very good rapport. We enjoy a lot on the set and eat our food together. Therefore, even if sometimes there is work pressure we never feel it.”

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