Trupti V Mishra on QSQT completing 50 episodes: The show is very different from everything else on TV

Actress Trupti V Mishra, who plays the role of Poornima as well as after reincarnation Poonam, on MAJ Productions’ Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak, says that the story as well as the title has a deep meaning.

May 1, 2024 - 13:42
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Trupti V Mishra on QSQT completing 50 episodes: The show is very different from everything else on TV
Trupti V Mishra on QSQT completing 50 episodes: The show is very different from everything else on TV
Actress Trupti V Mishra, who plays the role of Poornima as well as after reincarnation Poonam, on MAJ Productions’ Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak, says that the story as well as the title has a deep meaning. She adds that the show is very different from everything else which is being shown today.
“The title of our show has a deep meaning, it says together forever and ever. To be very honest it is a unique story and I believe in reincarnation, it is very exciting for me, I feel positive and I agree at this point. There's a difference in working on something you believe in than something you don't,” she says.
 
 She adds, “The most interesting part for me was that I will be playing two characters that too two opposite characters, Poornima very stern and very quiet yet very strong very independent, fearless and was powerful. I loved the attitude and aura of Poornima. Poonam is Trupti, I relate to Poonam somewhere very bubbly and fun. I like Poornima more, a girl should be like her. For Poornima my love is unconditional, one of the best characters I ever played.”
 Talking about her character, she says, “This show is different from other shows because those reincarnation stories are done on revenge and hatred our story is there for love. The boy loved the girl so much that he told Poornima's soul to come back and she came back. Poonam is very happy, chirpy, bubbly, and life excites her, Trupti is also the same only difference is Poonam gives straight answers to people while Trupti doesn't.”
 
Ask her what has been her most memorable scene so far, and she says, “The most memorable scene was Poornima died, I felt really bad for Raj. I was crying and thinking how it must be feeling for someone who has gone through such a thing That day I wasn't thinking as an actor but was looking at it from the audience's perspective. I was thinking as Trupti I love Poornima and Raj I didn't want them to separate.”
 
Meanwhile, talking about shooting with the rest of the team, she says, “The atmosphere on set is lovely, I love working with the cast and crew, we have a lot of fun working together. It's lovely working with MAJ Productions I love both of them, I am in good hands. I am grateful to them. These characters written by Mrinal ma'am are teaching me a lot.”