Mumbai, Aug 17 (IANS) Actress Neha Marda says she likes to maintain a balance between family and work.
“I enjoy homemaking. People who think homemakers are only restricted to household activities are kind of weird. My family and producers have always motivated me and appreciated me as an actress and a housemaker. Taking care and loving my family are best things for me and if I sign any project, being dedicated to it, is also my responsibility,” she said in a statement.
“I am enjoying acting and homemaking too. I enjoy acting, dancing, travelling and reading books too,” said the “Balika Vadhu” actress.
Neha was last seen on the small screen in “Doli Armaano Ki”, which went off air in 2015.
Talking about returning to acting, she said: “I am looking for some strong role. My fans will not have to wait for long. As of now, I am more focused on my fitness and skin.”
Lovey Sasan wants to do stand-up comedy
Actress Lovey Sasan considers stand-up comedy to be a creative field, and so, she wants to try her hand at it.
“Stand-up comedy is one of the most creative arts which needs lots of talent and creativity inside you to make others laugh. You can’t just read and perform. It’s the most challenging one,” she said in a statement.
“It is something you have to invent by yourself. It’s not everyone’s cup of tea. I want to challenge my skills. I wish to try stand-up comedy if given a chance. I do mimicry of my friends, family members and cousins. I make them laugh,” added the “Saath Nibhana Saathiya” actress.
Manu Punjabi finds festivals without mom ‘unusual’
Reality TV star Manu Punjabi, who lost his mother last year, misses her especially during the festive season.
“My mom used to be very excited about festivals. She used to make ‘bhog’, take care of home, decorate it… Now that she is not with us, there was no excitement for Rakhi or Janmashtami or the coming festivals. They are kind of unusual without her,” the former “Bigg Boss” contestant said is a statement.
He is now hosting MTV’s “A Date to Remember”.
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