"This industry relies more on networking than hard work" - Renee Dhyani

Renee Dhyani, known for her roles in shows like "Aapki Nazron Ne Samjha," is all set to return to the small screen with a new project titled "Dhartiputra Nandini.

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Popular television actress Renee Dhyani, known for her roles in shows like "Aapki Nazron Ne Samjha," is all set to return to the small screen with a new project titled "Dhartiputra Nandini." This marks her comeback after a break of almost two years from the highly competitive entertainment industry.

In a recent interview with India Forums, Renee opened up about her return to acting and the challenges she anticipates in the competitive entertainment industry.

Renee shared her thoughts on her hiatus, saying, "I mean, I've never really felt that overwhelming fear. However, instead of being afraid, I'd say this world (the industry) is more about competition. Everyone is trying to do something to stay in the limelight. So I thought, as long as people take pictures outside the gym, I'll stay in one lane. Just kidding! Haha. Being an actor is all about finding good projects and working with the right people. This industry relies more on networking than hard work. So, as an actor, you must be smart and hardworking."

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The actress was also asked about the actors and directors she would like to collaborate with in the future. Renee expressed her admiration for the abundance of talented actors in the industry in traditional television and the growing world of OTT platforms. She specifically mentioned her interest in working with actor Vijay Verma, highlighting the wealth of talent in the entertainment world.

Regarding her new look for "Dhartiputra Nandini," Renee described how her experience in the industry has made her proficient in handling various looks and styles. She mentioned that even though she has been in television for approximately five to six years, preparing for her current role, which has a distinct gipsy (banjaran) appearance, requires a minimum of two hours.

Renee's return to television is highly anticipated, and her fans are eagerly looking forward to her new project, which promises to be an exciting addition to her acting journey. As she embraces her role in "Dhartiputra Nandini," Renee Dhyani is ready to make a powerful comeback in the world of Indian television.

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