Essaying the pivotal role of Jhipri in Sony Entertainment Television’s Mere Sai: Shraddha aur Saburi is well-known television actor, Ashwini Kasar. A companion of Sai Baba (Tushar Dalvi), Jhipri has returned to Shirdi with her daughter due to marital issues and decides to stay in Shirdi with her people. A bright an bubbly personality, after settling in Shirdi, Jhipri goes through a drastic transformation and is now a completely different personality for the better. The track will reveal that how despite all odds, Jhipri manages to create a living and settle down in Shirdi with the support of Sai. Here is Ashwini Kasar talking about her role and the show in a candid conversation.
What made you say yes to this role in Mere Sai?
Mere Sai is a fantastic show and, I believe that this show beautifully informs the viewers about individuals who have made significant contributions to society. It is always fascinating learning about their tales and implementing them in certain situations. As an actor, becoming a part of such a production is a great opportunity and I am really happy being a part of the show.
What will be key takeaway for the viewers from this track?
Jhipri represents those females who’ve lived a very happy childhood but that completely changed after getting married. We are attempting to call attention to a problem that still exists in our society, and will illustrate how she believes in herself and Sai as a result of which she embarks on a new and positive journey.
Are you undertaking any specific preparations?
This is my first Hindi show; I’ve done a lot of Marathi shows in the past and have always wanted to try something new, especially the Hindi genre. I’ve taken some hindi and urdu classes because hindi isn’t my first language, but I’d like to use what I’ve learned to prepare for this show. I have read a lot about the current story and tried by best to tie her to each of the show’s characters. Apart from that, the show’s director and crew are assisting me in my preparation for the role and making my process even easy.
What has been your biggest achievement in the field of acting?
I consider myself fortunate to have had the opportunity to play a wide range of roles and personalities throughout my acting career, but I still believe the best is yet to come.
What kind of roles do you prefer?
I don’t believe we select our roles; rather, the roles choose us. As a performer, I want to take on as many different roles as possible and explore as many different characters as possible.
What are your future plans?
I’m afraid to think about the future since this outbreak. For me, it’s about appreciating the moment we’re in and working hard to maintain it. If you want to reach your goals, you must be truthful, industrious, and focused at the same time.