Mumbai, Sep 2 : Actress Kanchi Singh, who has quit TV show "Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai", says she next wishes to broaden her horizons and experiment as an artiste.
Kanchi was seen as Gaytri in the Star Plus show.
"The reason I quit 'Yeh Rishta...' was because I wanted to explore more. As much as I loved playing Gaytri, I feel as an actor I want to now test new horizons and try out new roles. For me it was a beautiful journey but my growth as an actor needs to continue," Kanchi said in a statement.
"I want to learn, grow and experiment as an actor. 'Yeh Rishta' was an ensemble cast and for me I would like that the next show I take up is as a lead where the story revolves around the character I play.
"I would also love to take up something interesting in the non-fiction space but again it has to be something I am comfortable with," she added.
-*-Amrapali Gupta gets 'emotional' about Lucknow visit Actress Amrapali Gupta will be travelling to her hometown after a long time on Sunday. She is feeling emotional as this is her first trip after her mother's demise.
"I am travelling to my hometown first time on Sunday after my mother passed away (three years ago). I'll be missing her. Its unusual to go home and don't find your mother waiting for you at the door," Amrapali said in a statement.
"I remember days when she used to shower her love on me. Also, thinking that my son Kabir will never get (maternal) grandmother's love is more hurting," added Amrapali, who is married to actor Yash Sinha.
-*-Don't wish to limit my talent: Puru Chibber Actor Puru Chibber, who is currently seen in filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt's TV show "Naamkarann", says he doesn't wish to limit himself as an actor and would continue working in both films and TV shows simultaneously.
Besides, "Naamkarann", Puru will also be seen in actor Sanjay Dutt's comeback film "Bhoomi".
"I don't want to limit myself or my talent as an actor. I want to keep doing TV shows and films in a parallel way. I look for challenging characters which can help me to grow as an actor," Puru said in a statement.
"I don't want to be tagged only as a TV actor or a Bollywood artist. I want people to know me as an actor," he added.