Talking about Bitto, Pallavi states, "Bitto is a cute and innocent girl who has grown up in the midst of class difference. The story of Bitto will tell the audience about her struggle to end this prevailing caste system. We have come up with something different, and it is for the audience to watch it and give their feedback".
"My instinct tells me that this show will work; I am working very hard and am getting positive vibes", insists Pallavi.
Pallavi looks into all the minute details when it comes to her role and look in the show. "Initially, I had a problem with the dialect used in the show, but I have overcome that, thanks to my on screen parents. Also, having a good set of co-actors makes the entire feeling wonderful".
Talking about the similarities between Pallavi and Bitto, she states "Like Bitto, I am pretty sensible and my family members keep me in loop before taking decisions. Also, we both are innocent and positive in our approach (smiles)".
Last but not the least, Pallavi promises that she will do complete justice to the role she has got, and that she has full faith in the story line which is their major trump card.
Catch Bitto in action from tonight, May 17th, Monday-Friday at 8.30 PM only on SaharaOne..
Reporter and Author: Ranjini Nair