Actress Vaishnavi Ganatra, who is known for her role as Aanchal Mishra in the television show Hamariwali Good News talks about how she balances her studies and acting.
The actress who was last seen in Mauka-E-Vardaat, says, "Managing education along with pursuing my dream has never been difficult for me. Until class 8 I was part of a renowned school, but when my parents knew that acting is my natural calling, they moved me to an open school.”
She continued, “This year I passed the tenth standard examination with flying colours and have enrolled myself into the eleventh standard in the same open schooling system.” She revealed that this allows the actress to pursue her dream of becoming an actor and also ensures that she do not fall behind in education.
She personally believes, “Balance is not something you find, it is something you create”
At the teenage, she has already made her debut on both TV screen and digital. She played the titular role of ' young Sonam' later which was essayed by Asha Negi in Abhay2. Talking about her struggles she adds, “Success is sweet, only if there is struggle”, personally I am a believer of this quote.”
The actress maintained that not just the industry there is struggle in every wake of life.
She further added, “From my personal experiences of the work I have done so far, I believe that teenagers are better-taken care of than senior artists. The prime example of this is teenage artists like Avneet Kaur (who debuted in Nach Baliye), Jannat Zubair, Reem Shaikh, Siddharth Nigam, etc have made a mark for themselves in the industry.”
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