Nagpur: The Third day of Dhamal Dandiya had a very energetic crowd who enjoyed the beats and danced away. At Dhamal Dandiya, the students of Raisoni Group of Educational Institutions live life kings size. Some of them learnt the dance steps for months together. So they do the leading by first forming a big circle and following the steps that they have learnt. The others who form the outer circle follow on the steps of the inner circle.
The other students and visitors sometimes join the steps that the others are following or start their own style of steps and dance within their own group.
Whether the students and visitors adhere to the norms of the dance or not they simply enjoy themselves. The practically sweat it out. The atmosphere at the venue is simply charged.
Niti Taylor, an Indian television actress hailing from Gurgaon, Haryana said while answering to a question about how she came to be an actress, she said that she was just watching the shooting of a serial when the Creative head of Balaji Telefilms Vikas Gupta saw her and told her that she has to act in the next serial. A young beautiful girl, pursuing her graduation in Arts (Bachelor of Arts), the girl has her concepts clear and speaks in a very matured manner.
Her popularity among the youngsters who had watched the MTV’s popular youth show Kaisi Yeh Yaariyan spoke about her brilliant, innocent yet vivacious portrayal of Nandini.
While speaking to Nagpur Today, Niti Taylor described her life during the shooting of the serial as very stressful. She claimed that before signing for any other serial or show, she would definitely take a break and relax.
She added that she did not do any special course in acting or other training. Whatever one sees is natural. She said that she goes with the flow.
In her message to the youth of Nagpur, she said that focus on whatever you want. If you are not getting it, let it go. It’ll come back your way if it has to come. However, she cautioned and said that the youth should not go out of the way to achieve what you are looking for in life.
Niti Taylor also said that one should be realistic and know if they fit the bill for what they hope to achieve.
While speaking about the dangers that lurk in the movie and serial world in Mumbai and other places, she cautioned the girls who venture out to try their luck in serials and movies and told them to be safe. She said follow your dreams but don’t ever push yourself into doing something you don’t want to do.
— Samuel Gunasekharan
PICS —– Atharva Chandorkar