Zee TV and Rashmi Sharma Telefilms are coming together once again to present its viewers with a new fiction offering – Sanjog. A mature family drama, the show revolves around the intricacies of the relationship between two very different mothers - Amrita and Gauri, who belong to very contrasting worlds, and their respective daughters.
Popular actress Kamya Punjabi will be seen playing the role of Gauri in the show, and it looks like her journey of getting into the character has not been a piece of cake. In fact, she has gone through umpteen number of trials and detailed research to prepare for her character and play it in the best possible way. Kamya has actually left no stone unturned for Sanjog, even learning a completely new Rajasthani dialect for her character. Having said that, her Banjaran look in the show has also got her really excited!
As Kamya Punjabi reveals, “I am in love with Gauri’s look. It is actually pretty different from anything I have portrayed before on-screen. Prior to this, I have not got the opportunity to carry long air, traditional nose pin and heavy silver jewellery for any character. To showcase the roots and nuances of my Rajasthani character, we’ve concentrated a lot on the look and the dialect. In fact, I keep watching videos and learning from them as well as connect with my friends who live there to learn the correct pronunciation. Be it the appearance or the dialect, my character has a banjaran feel and I am genuinely enjoying it. The character has a different vibe completely.”
She further added, “Just like every actor who goes through the process of researching and learning about their character, I have also done my homework. In fact, I am still working hard to adapt to the correct Rajasthani dialect and to get all the nuances right. I just hope all my fans and viewers love Gauri as much as they love me.”
While Kamya is putting her best foot forward to get into the skin of her character, it will be interesting to witness the heartwarming, rollercoaster journey of these two mothers, who are unable to figure out why their daughters are so different from their own selves.