I am enjoying the music video culture', Nia Sharma

 
I am enjoying the music video culture', Nia Sharma

 Music Videos have created a surge these days. Every other day, we see a new music video getting released and audience is liking new stories, new concepts, new pairing in these videos. Recently, actress Nia Sharma's music video titled 'Ankhiyon Da Ghar' was released which also launched a new face Kamal Kumar. The actress spoke to News Helpline about the video, Kamal and much more.Talking about the video, Nia said, "This song is Kamal's launch. It is his song and he has done a great job in his launch video. The whole song belongs to him and I am happy that I became a part of his launching video.”Talking about the ongoing trend of the music videos, she said, "Shooting a music video has its own charm.It is shot like a film but with 1-2 shoot days. Because of this ongoing trend, I feel no one is sitting at home these days. Every one has work. Although it is corona time, but so many music videos are being shot and released that so many people are collaborating with each other. I am enjoying the music video culture.”Sharing her experience working on this song, she said, "We shot at a very beautiful place.  The people welcomed us with so much love and respect. You never get a chance to visit the green fields in Mumbai. I thoroughly enjoyed everything on the song.”

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Nia is known for her killer looks. This song shows her in a complete different avatar. Talking about the same, she said, "I am so happy that I am looking so nice in the song. Many people are calling it is a de glam look. I will say it is not a de glam look. It is a traditional Indian beautiful girl look. It is a simple look of a girl who lives in a 2-tier city in our country. Their simplicity is their charm.”Kamal is a new comer. Sharing her experience working with him, she said, "Kamal was so nervous about the shoot. It was like shooting with a  baby and you have to hand hold him for everything. But I knew it was my responsibility to make him feel comfortable for our shoot to become successful. Moreover, whenever I am on a set, it is never my agenda to make anyone uncomfortable. I don't function like that. I always try to make my co actor comfortable. I also started at some point in my career and I was also looking forward to shoot with good people.. When you are new and your co actors make you feel comfortable, it feels good. That is the reason I tried to make him comfortable."

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