Digangana Suryavanshi made her debut in the television industry when she was just 7 years old. She was seen in the 2002 show, Kya Haadsa Kya Haqeeqat. She was also seen in Shakuntala, Krisshna Arjun, and Ruk Jaana Nahin. She rose to fame with her role in Ek Veer Ki Ardaas – Veera as Veera. She was loved for her performance and was one of the most-watched shows. We then saw her giving a tough fight to many strong celebrities in Bigg Boss 9. Digangana then made her Bollywood debut with FryDay alongside Govinda. We also saw her in the 2018 film, Jalebi. Recently, Digangana Suryavanshi shared some memories of her as a child artist in an interview with the Times Of India. She revealed that used to be happier on set than she was in school.
She said, “It started off as fascination probably. I was so young and I wanted to be on television. But my papa told me that I have to go to an audition.” She said that her parents earlier thought that it was just a phase in her life but later realised it was not just that. She shared, “I was happier on the sets than school. I’d go to school because it was important but I’d feel more content on sets.”
Earlier, in an exclusive chat with us, Digangana had spoken about dealing with the lockdown blues like the rest of us. She said,” I am in the middle of frustration and reality. At times, I feel when is this going to end while on other days I take it like a healing phase. I have mood swings. But the vibe of being on a set is something else.” She has a couple of projects in her kitty. One of them is a period film of Bollywood while the other is Seeti Maar with Gopichand. “I have shot quite a bit for the Hindi period film. It is a project from a big banner but I cannot reveal more. Seeti Maar has been shot 50 per cent. It is a weird feeling. I have the scripts in my hand, I know what I have to perform, so the anticipation is huge. It gets difficult when you realise that the lockdown might be extended and at times, realize that you just resume work in a couple of days,” she said.