‘Time Out’ is an actual representation of today’s urban youth says Sarah Jane Dias


Actress attended special screening of her upcoming web series ‘’ on Monday in Mumbai. During media interaction, Sarah said that ‘’ is an actual representation of today’s urban youth.

Talking about her web series ‘’, Sarah said, “ is actually like comedy drama. It’s a story of urban couple. It’s about a big incident which happens in their relationship. It’s an actual representation of today’s urban couple. It’s a real and relatable story and it’s also fun. It’s told in fun way. “

“I really liked playing my part because my character Radha is very planned personality. She has planned everything in her life and I don’t plan much so it was very interesting for me to play her”

When asked her Sarah what prompted her to take up this project, she said, “Danish Aslam has written the script and when I got call for audition that time, they gave me two scenes to perform and while performing those two scenes, I really had fun that I was already sold and then I read whole script and I loved that too”

When asked Sarah difference in working in web series and films, Sarah said, “It’s a difference of just a platform because the way it is shot and edited, it’s all like films so I just think that’s the only difference”

Talking about working with Tahir Raj Bhasin in ‘’, Sarah said, “Tahir is a clown. He does lot of fun on the set but he used to serious when he used to perform a scene. I really liked working with him because he always used to encourage me when we used to do rehearsals so it was really fun experience working with him”

started her career by becoming VJ on Channel V but now the channel is closing down, talking about that Sarah said, “I feel very happy and fortunate to be part of history literally because it was defining moment for me and it was my first job so it was most memorable experience of my life.”

is turning 35 on 3rd December, talking about her birthday plans, she said, “I am planning to have private party for me, myself and I”

’ special screening was attended by Gul Panag, Priya Malik, Danish Aslam, Shruti Seth, Aprshakti Khrana, Mini Mathur, Jugal Hansraj and Sahi Vaid.