last seen Raksha BandhanActor Anshu Srivastava says the television industry is a tough playground for newcomers.
“It is a myth that if you don’t get films, you will get work on TV. To think that finding work on the small screen is not as easy as it seems to the outside world. It’s an equal struggle to find work and make a mark here Stay together, my love2 And Tamarind actor.
Srivastava has been in the industry for more than five years and believes that one needs to be on their toes in order to stay relevant. “If you lack visibility, people forget you. The industry still works on the rule of ‘out of sight, out of mind’. So, no actor can sit back and wait for a project of his choice Also, TV has a limited age group, especially when it comes to women. Today, they want teenagers to play lead roles in shows. That is something weird. Even big production houses like it. But thankfully, OTT now works on a different footing and it works in favor of the actors.
For now, Srivastava is busy with her TV-web series and is constantly auditioning for more projects. “Currently, I am busy with the show romantic, But I refuse to slow down when it comes to finding more work. I have given myself these few years to get some good content and maybe then I will be creatively satisfied as an artiste. I have worked very hard to get here and hence my focus is on my career right now. Until then, everything in my life is left behind. Even my personal life may be on hold for a while,” concluded UPite.