Up close and personal with Chinmayee Salvi from Sony SAB’s Wagle Ki Duniya. Did you know Chinamyee is a fan of horror movies?


 Sony SAB’s Wagle Ki Duniya is undoubtedly one of the most loved shows on television today. The show has won several plaudits for its relatable storyline and, more importantly, relatable characters played by some of the most loved artists. 

One such artist is Chinmayee Salvi, who plays Rajesh and Vandana Wagle’s daughter, Atharva’s sister – Sakhi Wagle. Chinmayee, right since the beginning of the show, has managed to amass a lot of love from the audience through her portrayal of the mischievous as well well-behaved daughter and a loving and caring elder sister.

Talking about her favourite horror movies and characters etched to it, Chinmayee said “It has been a while since I have had an opportunity to sit down and enjoy a good horror movie. However, I remember watching ‘Exorcism of Emily Rose’ which gave me chills down the spine. The fact that it is based on a real-life story made the movie more intriguing. It is my all-time favourite film in this genre. My favourite character from a horror movie would have to be Bill Skarsgard. His performance in the movie ‘IT’ was simply brilliant. I continue to enjoy watching horror and thriller movies whenever I get the opportunity to do so.” 

Sharing her fond memories, Chinmayee said “I vaguely remember the time I was watching the movie ‘Conjuring’ in a movie theatre; I was engrossed in the scene and in all that excitement, I somehow dropped my cell phone on a women’s lap, sitting next to me. In an instant, she got startled and was scared to death. It was not deliberate, but a very scary moment for both of us. Besides that, being a trained Kathak dancer, I learnt Navras Byas in detail. My friends and I used to always convince our Kathak guru to end Bhayanak Rasa with a twist of horror.” 

Keep Watching Chinmayee Salvi as Sakhi Wagle on Wagle Ki Duniya every Monday-Friday at 9PM only on Sony SAB


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