Reyhna Pandit opens up if playing a negative role of Alia in Kumkum Bhagya has affected her, reveals how she handles it

Zee TV’s show Kumkum Bhagya is working wonders on the small screens.

The show has been successfully running for more than 7 years now and is still the favourite among the viewers.

We have seen how Kumkum Bhagya has witnessed several twists and turn in the story.

Sriti Jha and Shabir Ahluwalia play the lead roles of Abhi and Pragya on the show.

Post the leap which took place a few years ago, Krishna Kaul, Pooja Banerjee and Mugdha Chaphekar are seen as the leads alongside Sriti and Shabir.

Reyhna Pandit and Leena Jumani are also seen in pivotal roles.

We all know that Kumkum Bhagya recently witnessed a leap where all the characters have completely changed.

From Abhi, Pragya to their on-screen daughters Rhea and Prachi too.

Among all these, Alia’s character also plays an important role in the show.

She is one of the major reasons behind Abhi and Pragya’s separation.

Reyhna is playing a negative role on the show and it’s been a long time she has been associated with Kumkum Bhagya.

In an exclusive interview, we asked Reyhna if playing a grey shade role has affected her or not.

She said, ”To be honest, I don’t see if my character is positive or negative, I just consider it as a character that I need to portray to the fullest of my potential and I give my best every day.”

Reyhna further said, ”Talking about all my roles till date, I’ve always tried to play strong characters on TV and while most of my characters till date have been negative, I have been fortunate that I’ve got good opportunities. So, I have played negative characters in the past and while I’d love to play distinct roles, I am quite happy playing a negative role in an iconic show like Kumkum Bhagya as well. ”

She continued, ”Alia is quite different, she is a character that I have never played before. She has various shades and when I got a chance to be a part of the show, I was really excited. In fact, I was never a part of a show where the antagonist was family-oriented as well. I feel negative roles also have their own edge and are challenging to play, so I am truly enjoying it. ”

Well said, Reyhna!

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