TV show Katelal Sons talks about the concept of Megha Chakraborty show, her character in it and what she wanted to grow up.
Why did you accept Katelal & Sons?
The biggest reason I accepted Katelal & Sons was because I had the opportunity to do something new. It’s really different from the usual daily soap play. The show and the character was also challenging for me as I had to learn a lot of things to hide the dignity character. Katelal Sons Sons are bringing their journey to save their salon by disguising themselves as really strong characters and boys. This character is an intelligent and biba challenger who is perfect for challenging stereotypes and this excites me as an artist. Joining Sony SAB for a performance that is as inspiring as Katelal Sons Sons has been great so far and I’m sure the audience will love it!
The idea of the show is very inspiring. Can you share more about it?
This show highlights the current rhetorical practices of gender roles that are deeply ingrained in the minds of people in our society. Katelal & Sons has to pay attention to the fact that there is no work or career in which women cannot excel and there is no gender in dreams. Like Garima and Sushila, who despite their father’s belief that women can’t grow their hair and run men’s salons, they prove their abilities and stand with their ambition to run a salon and support the family.
Can you share something about your character?
Garima is the ‘Pappa Ki Pari’. She is a bubble, intelligent and more responsible daughter in both. According to Dharampal Thakur, Garima and Sushila’s father, Garima listens to his wishes and obeys them. He handles every situation calmly and knows the way out of the sticky situation. Garima doesn’t believe in using her anger to deal with the problem, instead she talks about getting out of any situation. She is understanding and confident in handling any situation with care and intelligence. Garima is quieter and composed than her hot-headed sister Sushila.
What are your thoughts on the phrase ‘dreams have no gender’?
I liked this statement when I read the script and I think it is really inspiring. Katelal Sons Sons raises a question – should our business and dreams in life ever be restricted by gender? For example, a female ace can be a barber, while a male chef can don a hat and prepare a gorgeous meal for the whole household. I hope our show inspires people to keep dreaming and take a step towards achieving them.
What was your dream when you grew up?
I always wanted to be a dancer. I am a trained Kathak dancer but I could not complete it while focusing on growing up. I never dreamed of becoming an actor but my family supported me a lot when I first tried acting, which led me to this path of becoming an actor. If they hadn’t supported me, I probably wouldn’t be in Mumbai. They had already supported me and without thinking that I would not be able to do things myself in Mumbai. Through all my efforts in life they put their trust in me.
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Are you concerned with your character’s dignity?
Yes, on many levels. Garima, like me, believes in sorting out any situation through good communication. I think any problem can be solved if people just talk peacefully. I’m just as talkative and talkative as Garima. One characteristic in which I am completely different from Garima is that she loves to dress beautifully. I prefer a look that is neutral and natural. Garima’s character has given me many of my firestorms as an artist.
Did you have to work on your bid?
Speaking and acting was the hardest part about the show. This is my 5th show and previous shows I was mostly Hindi or UP based. So, I had no problem. I initially struggled with Hindi but eventually I got a good grasp about the language so now I am struggling to fight Haryanvi pronunciation. Despite being a Bengali, when I need to check my Hindi, I also need to include the Haryanvi essence in it, which has proved to be quite challenging.
How was the experience, shooting for Katelal & Sons? Any message for viewers?
The experience has been really inspiring to me. I’ve been doing a show for over a year now and I love it. I’m really glad my character has a unique look and will be seen in avatars before my fans and friends can never see me. I would be seen playing a character that no one thought I was portraying. I’m enjoying the work as much as I’m learning every day.
I urge all my fans and viewers to enjoy the upcoming festive season and flow us with their love and support as we unveil on November 16th with a beautiful story that will entertain them and share a sweet message.
Tune in to Katelal & Sons and watch Mega Chakraborty as Garima, November 16, Monday to Friday at 7:30 pm only on Sony SAB.
Also read: Katelal & Sons: The show will inspire you with dreams, says Mega Chakraborty and Jiah Shankar
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