"The upcoming track is full of twists. A lot of drama is on the way. Fans can also expect some cute romantic scenes between Darsh and Nandini," she said about the show, which also stars Vijayendra Kumeria.
She feels that drama is the lifeline of a TV show. "A dramatic turn of events is what keeps the show alive. Why else would the audience look forward to watching a half an hour show everyday?"
"Since TV shows are meant to have a long life with daily telecasts, the only way to keep the entertainment alive is through drama," she added.
The look of the character is important too. "The look is everything to start with. Even if the audience doesn’t relate to the storyline, they will relate to a character. And so l, the look is of utmost importance," said Richa.
Viewers seem to love to watch the drama revolving around relationships and marriage. "Relationships and marriage supposedly take the centre stage in people’s lives at one point or another. And in a country where family ties hold an important space in an individual’s life, everyone relates to the drama that unfolds," she said. In some of the TV shows, over the top drama attracts the audience and an extramarital affair or one man torn between two women or one woman torn between two man is shown. Does she think it reflects modern society?
"I think with social media becoming an inseparable part of our lives, some aspects of our lives have become more transparent and convenient. Connecting with people has become an effortless job. In that context, the nature of relationships has gone through a shift," she said.
"I don’t think extramarital affair is exclusively a characteristic of modern society. They’ve always been a part of the human psyche and relationships. However, they’ve become more transparent and overt with a modern lifestyle," she added.