After her quick break from Anupamaa in March, Aneri Vajani, who was essaying the position of Malvika within the present returned to finish unfinished enterprise. The actress has now bid a remaining goodbye to the present.
Aneri shot her final episode round 10 days in the past. During a latest interview with BT, the actress talked about it and shared, “When Rajan sir narrated the character of Mukku, I realized that it was multi-layered and I could explore so much as an actor. More importantly, I was brought in to highlight the social evil of domestic violence. That was a game-changer for the show and for me, as an actor. It was a cameo for this particular reason. In a long-running show, characters are mostly defined, especially the lead characters. However, the sky was the limit for Mukku. Aisa mauka aapko kahaan milega. So, I couldn’t have declined the offer at any cost. After the short break, when Rajan sir asked me whether I would like to come back, I had to return for the love of Mukku. Par ab khatam ho gaya hai and there is no scope of coming back to the show (smiles). I have been a part of Anupamaa and Anuj’s pre-wedding rituals. Maine saari rasme nibha lee bas shaadi mein nahi rahungi. I will enjoy the wedding from Cape Town.”
The actress will quickly be flying to South Africa, Cape Town to take part in Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi 12. Talking about it, she mentioned, “I am more excited than nervous, as this is my first reality show. I have never been an adventurous person, so KKK will be a nice addition to my profile. I am a bindaas and carefree girl and hope to show that side of me on Khatron Ke Khiladi. Initially, I was skeptical about whether I would be able to do it, but once I have made up my mind, I put my heart and soul into it. I have been spending a few hours at the gym to prepare myself for the challenges that lie ahead, but nothing hardcore because for a person, who has never hit the gym, ek hafte ya ek month mein kuchh nahi hone wala (laughs!). I am doing whatever is possible, as I don’t want to come across as unprepared.”