It was fun shooting for IPKKND3 with my 5 month old on sets – Mitaali Nag

Mitaali Nag, who plays the mother of young Advay in Is Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon 3, is very happy to be part of the franchise.  “ The return of Barun Sobtias a older  Advay has raised expectations. I am also very happy to be doing this cameo, for it gave me a chance to see how I will be able to work with my five month old child. It has been easy, for the production house has helped me lot  eg. if my son cried i am allowed time to calm him down. I bring him to the sets complete with his toys and cot etc. ”

 

“Secondly and equally important since the current conflict between Advay and Chandni (Shivani Tomar), is based on happenings during his past. My stint is very important in the way we set the stage for the show.” Mitaali’s track will soon wind down
Talking about Barun, Mitaali says,  “He is a very warm person and all the charm that he has explains his huge fan following. He has also grown as an actor over the years. I am also liking his initial performances so far.   At first my fans were upset when it was reported that I was playing mother to Barun who is only a year younger to me,  but I did not want to reveal the story so just told my fans to have faith. Shivani on the other hand is way more pretty in real life than on screen. She is also very warm and sweet. Infact the entire cast is very good. It was a pleasant experience bumping into my friend Seema Azmi (Chak De fame) with whom I had recently  done a play. Also Bollywood actress Ritu Shivpuri does not throw any airs either.”
Looking ahead Mitaali is open to all types of roles ,“ I take pains not to get typecast.  After Afsar Bitiye I started getting similar type of demure roles. I  refused to do them, which helped me net Draupadi. Now after playing mom to a young boy, I will again ensure that I do different stuff to impress my fans and also satiate the actor within..”

 

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