Rookie Kanikka Kapur ready not to put on makeup on the screen

Actress Kanikka Kapur has made his debut on the small screen in Ek Duje Ke Vaaste two . She says makeup or not makeup, it is a paper with a purpose that matters to her.

The former beauty queen, a native of Delhi, tested for the first time in the 2015 film Telugu Tippu.

I always wanted to act. My goal is to make a difference in some way, touch someone's life and do something substantial, said Sifar's actress.

The roles I want to assume have to make sense, otherwise it makes no sense to do anything in life without meaning, he added.

Many have pointed out that actresses on Hindi television shows They often wear strong makeup and dress in heavy traditional costumes. Kanikka, who is currently seen as a student in Ek Duje Ke Vaaste 2, has not yet experienced that on the small screen. She shared that if she is offered to play an Indian character dressed in heavy clothes and everything, she is completely fine with him.

I like jhumkas ... the Indian look, but I don't care about the look. I don't care if I have too much makeup or not. All that matters to me is how strong the character is. it is, said Kanikka.

Her aim is to take up shows with social messages. "I feel like I have a purpose if I do something with a cause. It's good to be helping people in whatever way we can," she said.

Which means she feels uncomfortable in the supernatural space. That (play a type of role 'naagin') is simply not me. If I cannot connect with something, I feel that I am not sincere with myself and just walk away, he said.

Talking about her first TV show " Ek Duje Ke Vaaste 2", Kanikka said: "I had auditioned for a different TV project but that didn't work out for me. Luckily the channel people saw my audition from that."

It was for a different channel and it was a long commitment.

Later, he landed in Mumbai and gave another round of audition. She feels fortunate to have bagged this show, which is essentially a love story with Indian Army background.

It is a different concept. All filming is outdoors, so every day is a new day. It is a finite show. There is an end. It is a perfect show, he said.

For her role, she didn't take any references. "I didn't even watch the first season of ' Ek Duje Ke Vaaste '. We are doing everything naturally," she said.