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Rati Pandey goes the extra mile & prepares for script 2 days in advance of the shoot for her first mythological show 'Devi Aadi Parashakti'

Rati Pandey who is known for her versatile roles has taken up yet another challenge to push her adaptability. She decided to take up her first mythological show Devi Aadi Parashakti which airs on Dangal TV where she not only has to dress up like Goddess Parvati but also recite dialogues like her.



With a rich acting experience of 15 years, dynamic television actress Rati Pandey who is known for her versatile roles has taken up yet another challenge to push her adaptability. She decided to take up her first mythological show Devi Aadi Parashakti which airs on Dangal TV where she not only has to dress up like Goddess Parvati but also recite dialogues like her.

Rati’s experience of playing the role of Goddess Parvati has been a roller coaster ride. Recalling her time at the shoot, she talks about how learning Shudh Hindi and Sanskrit was a tough job. She said, “I would have to work 2 days in advance for all my shoots. The team would send me the script over email much ahead than the shoot. I would go through the same and mark out words that I did not understand. I would read, learn and try to understand their meaning before I actually performed. Moreover, 2 days prior to the shoot, I would sit with the director and try to understand the look and feel of the dialogues and practice thereafter. After the days’ shoot was over, it would be a long journey back home and I would go through the next day’s script a few more times while travelling back.”

A mythology show demands a lot from their actors, be it the look or the speech or diction . Going the extra mile is never easy but is definitely what the actress has taken up. This hard work and dedication is reflected in every episode of the show. Rati said that, “I have been familiar with daily soaps and their language, they can be improvised on spot and have a feel that can be built while performing but it is not so for mythological shows. This one was my first and so I tried to push myself to the most. I did all it took, to do justice to the role of Devi, as the script was unlike something I had ever done before.”

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