It’s not always about name, fame and money for television actors, as some work purely because acting is their passion and for their creative satisfaction. However, this also becomes one of the main reasons for the individual to walk out of projects when their creative ‘keeda’ is left dissatisfied. And something similar happened with actress Aalisha Panwar, who shot to superstardom with her double role in Colors’ thriller Ishq Mein Marjawan. Nia Sharma Talks About Replacing Alisha Panwar in Ishq Mein Marjawan
However, the show took a 3-month leap last year in July and Nia Sharma was brought in as Tara, a move that left Aalisha with the negative role of Tara to play. And add into the mix another recent 3-month leap owing to which, Aalisha has decided to put down her papers, reported Bombay Times. #BiopicMania: Vivian Dsena, Arjun Bijlani, Shashank Vyas- TV Stars Reveal Who They Want To Play in Biopics!
A source close to the matter was quoted in the daily as saying, “It’s an amazing opportunity for any actress to explore both negative and positive shades on one show, and Aalisha got that chance. Things changed after the first leap when she learnt that she would only be playing Tara. She wanted to quit the show then, but the makers convinced her to stay on. However, with the new time leap, Aalisha wasn’t too sure if her character would be prominent enough. She felt that her character, Tara, has lived its course and there is nothing more that she could offer to it. She intimated the production house of her decision to quit the show last month and is currently serving a month-long notice period.”
Aalisha was quoted in the daily as saying, “Yes, I have decided to move on. I would like to play a positive character now.” However, the lady did not get into specifics.
Aalisha was a part of Jamai Raja and Thapki Pyaar Ki before she was finalized to play both – the positive and negative characters in Colors’ Ishq Mein Marjawan, opposite Arjun Bijlani. The show started off to a great start and Aalisha’s portrayal of the innocent and naïve Aarohi and the vamp Tara, was equally appreciated.