As the curtains rise on “Jahaan Chaand Rehta Hai,” actress Shweta Malik steps into the shoes of Veeju, the mother of the male lead Aman, in a show that promises to captivate hearts. With an authentic portrayal and relatable character dynamics, Shweta offers a glimpse into her connection with the character and her experience working on the show.
Shweta is confident that the show will resonate with the audience, attributing its allure to the compelling themes it explores. “I believe the show is going to be a hit for sure. Of course, the stories of Kalpana Chawla always fascinated us during our childhood,” she notes, alluding to the show’s source of inspiration. In her role as Aman’s mother, Shweta brings warmth and familiarity to the character, reflecting a depth of emotion that resonates with real-life maternal instincts.
A mother herself, Shweta finds a personal resonance with her character’s role. “I relate to the character as a mother because I’ve enjoyed both being at home and working. I’ve experienced both aspects,” she shares. This personal connection lends authenticity to her portrayal, allowing her to tap into the multifaceted nature of her character’s persona.
Working with Kumeria Productions, Shweta recalls a positive and supportive environment that facilitated her performance. “Working with Kumeria Productions has been good. The environment was supportive and positive,” she acknowledges. This collaborative and encouraging atmosphere allowed her to bring her character to life authentically, adding depth to the show’s narrative.
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Reflecting on her experience on set, Shweta highlights the enjoyable moments and the director’s invaluable guidance. “There were so many interesting incidents on the set. Working on the set was enjoyable, and the director, in particular, was great,” she reveals. This synergy and creative exchange contribute to the final product, enriching the viewer’s experience.
As “Jahaan Chaand Rehta Hai” is set to grace the screens of DD National, Shweta acknowledges the cultural significance of the channel. “Shows like Ramayan, Mahabharat, and Udaan were the ones I was hooked on during my childhood. DD National is going to regain its popularity with our show,” she predicts. This revival of interest on the channel reflects the timeless appeal of storytelling that transcends generations.
In embodying the role of Veeju, Shweta Malik showcases her commitment to her craft, her ability to connect with her character on a personal level, and her enthusiasm for being part of a project that holds the potential to captivate audiences. As the show takes flight, Shweta’s portrayal adds depth to the narrative and reinforces the belief that stories anchored in human emotions and experiences hold an enduring charm that stands the test of time.