Pallavi says, “My son was only a year old when I acted in Itna Karo Na Mujhe Pyaar. After the show wrapped up, I wanted to take a break and spend time with my son. But now that he is almost eight years old, I would like to resume work. Unfortunately, all the offers seem to have dried up.”
The actress adds, “I haven’t received anything exciting in the past few years. After Itna Karo, I took a break and I refrained from stepping out in the last two years due to the pandemic. Unfortunately, it seems that after I took a break for my son, makers assumed that I wasn’t interested in acting again. I want to return and do something interesting now. I am a Maharashtrian and it would be great if I can work in Marathi films or shows. I did a few projects on alternative mediums, but TV show makers haven’t approached me with anything exciting.”
Pallavi says she spent a lot of time with her family in the past one year. “I feel you land an interesting project when it is destined. In the last one year, it was a catch-22 situation; you felt trapped inside your home and when you finally stepped out, you heard some close friend getting infected and going through a bad time, so you again went back to living a secluded life. My parents also moved in with me during the pandemic and we spent a lot of time together,” she says.
Ask Pallavi about any TV shows that she has watched lately and she says, “I don’t watch television at all. I spend time with my parents playing board games and doing yoga in my free time. My son is at home, studying, so I am always around him. I have seen some interesting web shows, but haven’t seen anything interesting on television.”