Divyanka Tripathi on Coldd Lassi Aur Chicken Masala: It has saucy romance, yet it’s watchable with family

Small screen's most talented and busiest actress Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya is all set to make foray into the digital world with her much-awaited comedy web series named Coldd Lassi Aur Chicken Masala.

The premier of the comedy web series starring Divyanka and Rajeev Khandelwal took place on Wednesday.

The cute actress was seen in a novel role as a chef Nitya Mehra in the popular series. Mrs. Dahiya also talked to media people about her foray in the digital space.

Putting on a white off-shoulder outfit, she was looking like a dazzling beauty. And the promotional avalanche even though is novel to her, she has unquestionably no doubts in doing it.

"This show is such that it needs promotions," Divyanka claimed.


Divyanka said that there is hardly any web series that is suitable to be enjoyed together with the family members.

"It has saucy romance, yet it's watchable with family," Tripathi said.

In her 13-year-long and successful career, she always tried her best to keep a distance from 'doing bold' characters.

"I was intimidated, I wouldn’t lie. I’m a very shy person as such. I’m not used to watching me romance on screen. (And) I’m married. Sometimes you have mental barriers that you only guard up. As an actor I wanted to set some boundaries and work around it. But here, I have pushed my boundaries a bit. (For that) I have prepared my family. But it is always difficult to convince yourself than others, especially when it's related to body show or intimate scenes," she said.

In addition, she has also experienced a physical makeover for the appeal, a top notch chef at a aristocratic restaurant.


She had worked too hard in the fitness center to turn out to be what she looks like at the present time. But, the choice to go to gym came because of several reasons.

"Vivek (her husband) has always been motivating me to look fitter and better. He has been pushing me. After one look test, I realised that I don’t look good in any of those clothes. I was rather looking like an ugly duckling. I wasn’t fitting in any pants."

After that, she made her mind to work hard on herself.

"For two months there were no results, at all. I used to call up Vivek and cry. But after a point, it did show."

by Ricky Tandon | Thu, Sep 05 - 02:43 PM

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