I have never been part of anything that didn’t align with my sensibilities: Ami Trivedi
“There has been a popular notion that Gujarati actors are only good at comedies,” says Ami Trivedi during her recent trip to Ahmedabad. But her body of work indicates otherwise. From being part of the Horror Show to having the audience in splits in Papad Pol, owning the stage with monologues in Gujarati play Saat Teri Ekvis, or making her Dhollywood debut with a content driven film Backbencher, Ami has dabbled in different mediums with ease. While her love for theatre is now taking her to many places she is open to “good offers all the time.” In town for a promotional trip, Ami talks about the television industry, the changing face of Gujarati films and more in a free-wheeling chat. You’ve been a part of the Hindi TV industry for a long time. TV shows are now facing criticism for their regressive saas-bahu, naagin and dayan narratives. Read More….