My son is one of my best critics: Pariva Pranati from Sony SAB’s Wagle Ki Duniya

My son is one of my best critics: Pariva Pranati from Sony SAB’s Wagle Ki Duniya
Pariva Pranati from Sony SAB's Wagle Ki Duniya with her real son.

Pariva Pranati is one of the most successful and cherished stars of Indian television. The actress who is currently seen in Sony SAB’s Wagle Ki Duniya and is winning hearts as Vandana Wagle, shares how her son is one of the best critics she’s ever had. 
Pariva Pranati gets candid as she talks about her best critic – her son, his reactions and much more. 
Talking about her son aka her best critic, Pariva Pranati said “I consider my son to be one of my best critics, he shares the most honest views. He is always excited when it's time to watch Wagle Ki Duniya on television. He calls it ‘Mama ka show’ and alerts everyone in the family to sit and watch it together which reflects the very essence of our show. He often refers to me as Vandu Rani and though he is just four years old, I think he understands the emotions portrayed in the show. He doesn’t like it when I cry onscreen, and he often compliments me if am decked up for a particular scene.”
Further talking about her son’s reactions to Wagle Ki Duniya, Pariva Pranati said, “My son loves Sakhi (Chinmayee Salvi) and Atharva (Sheehan Kapahi) and his favourite character has to be Dasani (Nayan Shukla). I often find him copying Dasani’s style or reaction when he enjoys his food on screen. At the same time, he enjoys watching Aanjjan Ji and Bharati Ji’s scenes too and calls them Dada and Dadi.”
Pariva Pranati who plays the role of Vandana Wagle said, “Having and raising my son helps me bring out the true emotions of a mother for my onscreen children especially Atharva as I spend so much time on the set. I often tell Atharva that he is a slightly older version of Rushank and that I will always treat him just like my own son. Rushank also has often asked me if I love my onscreen kids more than him. I always thought Rushank is too young to relate to a TV show, but I think the characters in our show are so relatable and the fun added in the storyline has made him enjoy it a lot. At a young age, he still tries to grasp the simple messages that we try to put across through our show like loving and respecting our parents and enjoying with family and friends. It truly makes me feel proud mother. When I was away from him while shooting outdoors for the show, he used to find solace in watching the show.”