The actress, who started her career by winning the eighth season of “Roadies”, said that she felt the same when she won the reality show.
“I can’t believe that I won the award. Even when I won ‘Roadies’, I was in this trauma for a week that this can’t be possible. I can’t win! I am in exactly the same zone right now,” Aanchal, who won the award Saturday said.
The actress won for playing cunning and conniving daughter-in-law Charu in “Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke”. This is her first show and she was nominated along with known faces like Adaa Khan and Mouli Ganguly and Seema Mishra who leave no stone uturned to create problem for protagonists in their respective shows.
“I was nominated with all the big faces like Mouli Ganguly, Adaa Khan…I was not expecting it. They have been working for so many years. I was a newcomer with a fresh face, so it was a tough competition for me. I guess, the luck and the hard work favoured me,” she said.
Even after winning the award, the actress has no intention of playing more negative roles. “If I will take up some other show, I will be looking for a positive character.”
She has been off the air last few days, but is ready to re-enter the show.
“I was on a break since a week…I will come back with my track. All my fans have been tweeting that they are missing me and want me back,” she said.
While Aanchal won the best actress in a negative role award in the popular category, the jury award went to Adaa for her role in “Amrit Manthan”. (IANS)