Simaran Kaur began her career as a voiceover artist before making her television debut with Agni Phera in 2017. She was last seen in Aghori, which ended just as the pandemic was about to begin. Now, the actress will star in Aggar Tum Na Hote as the leading lady. Simaran Kaur shares her journey from being a voice-over artist to being a television actress. Read on to know what the actress has to say about her journey.
Speaking about her transition from being a voiceover artist to an actress, Simaran said, “I have been working since I was 10 years old. In the Doremon cartoon, I was the voice of Nobita’s character. For almost a decade, I dubbed for the role. I used to like singing, dancing and acting like a child. Later, because I knew I wanted to be an actress, I began taking theatre and acting workshops. But it wasn’t easy. I was rejected from several auditions,” she explains. Finally, I got my first show, Agni Phera, and moved to Mumbai. Since then, I haven’t looked back.”
In the meantime, she is looking forward to her next performance. The actress Simaran explained her part in Aggar Tum Na Hote. She said, “I play a nurse. It’s a character with a lot of potentials. Nurses have my highest regard for the work they do, especially during the pandemic, when they have labored tirelessly. Niyati, my character, speaks a lot of Shayari, and I enjoy employing shayaris and poems in my daily discussions as well. As a result, I feel a connection to my character.”