Archana Puran Singh has revealed that one of her co-stars from her first TV show ‘Mr Ya Mrs’ put her off as an actress and she couldn’t do comedy for a long time after that. Archana, who is currently a judge on ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’, has said that appreciating and encouraging new talent is very important to her development.
Archana will soon be seen in ‘India’s Laughter Champion’ alongside Shekhar Suman. The show will replace the current The Kapil Sharma Show when the Kapil Sharma crew soon leaves for a world tour. He said, “I think it’s very important to inspire a new artist on stage. Even when a child reads poetry and you don’t appreciate it, he starts to feel a little uncomfortable.” Similarly, when I sit in the judge’s seat, I care for each contestant and a little inspiration in the form of laughter helps the contestant to perform. comic scene and an actor said I don’t know how to do comedy”.
She further said, “They thought that doing some expressions wasn’t comedy, and after that I couldn’t do comedy for a long time because I was afraid that I wouldn’t be able to make anyone laugh. But, as time went on, I came together.” It took courage and hard work and I remember how the show was a good example of comedy and I was appreciated for my work.”
We report that after debuting with ‘Mr Ya Mrs’ in 1988, Archana worked on TV shows like Zee Horror Show and Junoon. In 1998, he played a memorable role in Karan Johar’s directorial debut Kuch Kuch Hota Hai. His character, Miss Briganza, is one of the most iconic characters in popular Hindi cinema. Recently, Archana is actively working on TV shows.