Shweta Tiwari has a rather comical admission to make. Bigggiggggg correction, a confession about her skills at comedy, that is. The telly star is swift to admit that going solo at the laughter bit is not really her forte.
"I don't think that I have the talent to do comedy alone," she states bluntly. "Comedy, is by far the most difficult aspect of acting according to me. I can manage to get a comic scene right only if my co actors are good."
Meanwhile, Shweta is earning high brownie points for her play, Aaine Ke Sau Tukde, that's being staged at a prominent venue in suburban Mumbai. Aaine Ke.. helmed by Saif Hyder, showcases Shweta in 13 different characters, wherein the actress will enact both male and female characters covering all aspects of life. Besides, the actress is also slated to be holding a Press Meet to reveal finer aspects of her performance in Aaine Ke…
With the festival of colours being on the anvil, the actress revels that her tryst with Holi hues hasn't been all that flattering. "A year ago, someone rubbed gulaal mixed with water into my eyes. I got a serious eye problem after that and it took more than a month for my eyes to return to normalcy. After that, I've been scared of celebrating Holi. This time around, I intend to spend a quiet Holi and play only with my close friends and family members."