Television actor Urvashi Dholakia has revealed that she is ‘achieved being a sari-clad vamp’ on TV, including that individuals do not see the individual behind the character. Urvashi additionally mentioned that she has been typecast.
Speaking to a number one each day, Urvashi Dholakia mentioned, “As much as I love the work that I have done, I also feel that there is a certain stereotyping that has happened. Somewhere, people stop seeing you outside the character that you play. I’m done being a sari-clad vamp, it’s time people see my other shades. There have been a lot of offers, but I want to take up something that I haven’t already played. I don’t mind playing a negative character or a character with grey shades, but it has to be beyond the realm of what I have done.”
She added, “Times have changed and I am itching to once again play a role that becomes iconic, the medium can be any–television, OTT or films. What’s most important is that there needs to be a spark that can light up the screen.”
Urvashi made her performing debut within the Doordarshan sequence Shrikant, during which she essayed the function of Rajlaxmi. She additionally featured in Dekh Bhai Dekh, as Shilpa. She turned a family title by taking part in the function of Komolika in Kasautii Zindagii Kay. The actor has additionally starred in Waqt Ki Raftar, Ghar Ek Mandir, Kabhii Sautan Kabhii Sahelii, and Kahiin To Hoga.
In 2012, she participated in Colors TV’s Bigg Boss 6 and emerged because the winner. She was additionally seen within the sequence Chandrakanta, as Queen Iravati.
Urvashi Dholakia was 16 when she tied the knot, and welcomed her twin sons — Sagar and Kshitij — on the age of 17. She has raised them as a single mom.
Earlier this yr, she had instructed a number one each day, “My youngsters and household need me to cool down however I haven’t given it a severe thought but (laughs). My youngsters usually ask me to get married or date somebody however every time I’m confronted with these subjects, I all the time chuckle it off. Kya sochu most important, not that ki mera time chala gaya hai (what ought to I feel, I’m not outdated), however I can’t overthink issues past a degree.”