New Delhi, April 12 (IANS) Saakshi Tanwar, who played the character of distressed Parvati in 'Kahaani Ghar Ghar Ki', says she would return to the small screen if she is offered romantic comedy roles.
Saakshi is now working for her upcoming film 'Coffee House'.
'Right now I am not working in any soap because I have no interest doing the same kind of role (like in 'Kahaani Ghar Ghar Ki'). I have done lots of roles that portray sadness. Now I want to play some romantic comedy roles,' she said.
Saakshi essayed Parvati's role for eight years and later hosted a reality show 'Yeh Hai Jalwa' and played the role of Ganga in Ekta Kapoor's mythology-based show 'Kahaani Humaaray Mahabhaarat Ki'.
Talking about her role in 'Kahaani...', she said: 'It was great!! When I started I never thought that people will like Parvati's character so much. While playing that character, I learnt about different relationships too.'
Now Saakshi is gearing up for the release of 'Coffee House', being jointly produced by Shiv Kala Motion Pictures and Marwaha Films. She will be playing actor Ashutosh Rana's wife in the film.
On her upcoming film, Saakshi said: 'The story of the film is about a coffee house and groups of different people.
'It depicts youth, unemployed, retired and old people. The film has feelings, humour, pain and joy which will make the audience search for a few answers in their own lives.'