Popular show RadhaKrishn actor Malika Singh recently talked about her stage fright and the fear of performing in front of a crowd during the initial stages of her show and how she overcame it.
She spoke about her journey in showbiz and said that her debut show has been a success but the journey towards it has not been without challenges.
In the interview, the actor said that that she had always pushed herself to survive whenever the situations were not good. At the beginning of the show, it was difficult for her to get into the zone of the character, but she started feeling the character with the passing of time, and people also began to like it.
She also shared about her audition for the show and said that she was so nervous that during her audition only two people were in the room; the creative director and the cameraperson. So when she had to shoot for the show in front of the whole unit, it was difficult for her.
About her insecurities related to the shooting, the actor said, “Initially, I used to think, â€˜How will I be able to perform? Should I focus on dialogues or the expressions’?”
She thanked the director, her co-star Sumedh Mudgalkar, and the producer for helping her and making her feel comfortable on the set.
The actor also opened up about the fear of handling new things as she used to panic bout little things like meeting the fans. But she said that her character Radha taught her the love and calmness that she has.
“I have noticed that I have become calmer. I stay positive. I even wrote a poem on Radha some time back,” said Singh.
When not on set, the actor likes to explore and not stick to a particular thing. She likes playing different instruments like the flute, guitar and piano in her free time.