Mumbai: Vampish roles don`t appeal to Chandni Bhagwanani, the lead actress of `Amita Ka Amit`. She wants to stick to positive roles because she feels that such roles have the maximum impact on audiences.
"I want to play positive roles. I feel that the maximum percentage of the audience consists of housewives who relate more to positive characters and want to watch them more. This is why I want to stick to doing cute, positive roles only," she said.
`Amita Ka Amit` is not her maiden stint with the camera. She started modelling at a very young age and also been a part of films like `Ek Din 24 Ghante` and `Ek Rishta: The Bond of Love`.
"I started modelling when I was seven years old. My father was involved in theatre and it was his dream that I become an actress," said the actress who plays a podgy happy-go-lucky girl in the show.
Television was never on her wish list.
"It was not like I wanted to enter television. I did two films and then started doing television. Now I am settled here but yes if I lose weight, I would love to do films as well," she said.
Talking about her new show, she said: "I am very happy with the show and I am very excited as well. The story is very relatable and it is a fun experience shooting it."
As of now, `Amita Ka Amit` is her sole priority.
"I don`t have anything else planned at the moment as this show has just started. After this I have no idea what I will be do," she said.