But are you aware that Sambhavna who is fun loving in real life, gets emotional while playing an evil vamp?
Elaborating on it, Sambhavna stated, “I hate to play negative roles and make others cry, as it's different from my off screen image.”
The actress became a popular small screen face with her stint in Colors’ Bigg Boss. Later she moved to acting. Razia is Sambhavna’s debut show for which the actress is receiving appreciation from the audience.
Talking about these evil scenes she shared, “I feel very bad while portraying the bad woman on-screen. Although I get appreciated by my fans, it really hurts me when I scold or beat someone.”
She continued, “Recently, I shot for a new promo where I had to say some evil lines and on seeing the promo, I was almost in tears. Sometimes I think I am doing nothing by delivering such horrifying scenes. I feel bad but this is my work.”
So what about your off-screen bond with Khalida Turi (Qutub), Sambhavna quipped, “We are good friends off-screen. Although on-screen we have to fight as we are 'sautans', we share a great rapport off-screen. We have a lot of fun in between the shots."
Keep up the good work, Sambhavna!!