One of the finest actress on indian television who has been loved by her fans and audiences for her remarkable performances in hit indian TV serials like Dil Se Dil Tak (Colors TV, 2017), Tashan E Ishq (Zee TV, 2015), and also won hearts of audiences and viewers with her stint in Bigg Boss 14, Jasmin Bhasin reveals how she got her name in new interview.
Opening up more on the same, last seen in the hit song 2 Phone sung by Neha Kakkar also featuring her beau Aly Goni along with her which makes this their third successful collaboration togther, Jasmin Bhasin reveals how she got her name in new interview.
Revealing the entire backstory behind her beautiful name and much more, Jasmin Bhasin reveals how she got her name in new interview.
Jasmin Bhasin often gets compliments for her first name. Revealing the story behind her beautiful name, the Tashan-e-Ishq actor shares that it was her father who named her Jasmin and emphasizing on the same, Jasmin said, “My father loves Jasmin flowers. There was a Jasmin plant on our balcony as well when I was born. So it was decided that my name would have to start with the alphabet ‘J’, my father named me Jasmin”.
While growing up, Jasmin had other dreams and it was only when she started modelling that her interest towards acting started developing and talkig about it Jasmin shared, “I realised my passion for acting when I got my first modelling assignment in Chennai. It was an ad for a jewellery brand and I enjoyed doing the shoot, facing the camera”.
The actor, who made her acting debut with the Tamil film Vaanam in 2011 and also did a number of Hindi TV shows such as Dil Se Dil Tak, Dil Toh Happy Hai Ji and Naagin 4.
From print ads to films, TV and music videos, the actor have explored different mediums so far. Web is something that is on the cards next and speaking about the same Jasmin asserted, “I think as an artist I am always hungry to do more. Platforms have never been a concern if the character I am offered is a strong, has layers and allows me to explore my capabilities. I need to like the character, adapt and internalise to make things work out”.
Talking about her experience of working in the South Indian film industry, Jasmin adds, “It was great. I started from there, I was a beginner, so for me my first film was like a school from where I learnt what a camera is and what camera angles are, how we shoot, expressions, movements, postures… It was a beautiful period because I met some beautiful people who were patient and taught me many things”.
Sharing memories of making Vaanam and working with STR aka Silambarasan, the actor says that everything about her debut film was special and on this she shared, “I was doing a movie with such a big Tamil star, so it meant a lot to me. The casting was actually quite a process because they called me for the audition, but I got rejected the first time and then they called me again but the shooting schedule got cancelled. Then I got a call for the third time and finally the movie happened. So it was a long process but an interesting one. And it was a great team to work with”.
From then till now, Jasmin has only grown as an artist and concluding the interview she added, “Whenever I am doing a project I go with a blank slate in mind. I ask my directors, co-actors what needs to be done. I do not go there thinking as if I know everything because every project, every team, every story, every character is different, so it’s better to go with a fresh mind so that you can learn new things and improvise accordingly”.