Actress Kirandeep Kaur Sran has shared fascinating behind-the-scenes glimpses of her hugely popular bar dancer character Parveen in the hit SonyLIV series Scam 2003: The Telgi Story. In an Instagram post, Kirandeep gave fans a peek into the hard work and preparation that went into enacting a pivotal scene from the show.
The photos provide a rare off-screen view of Kirandeep capturing the actor in her dance costume and make-up during a break in filming the iconic bar sequence. Moreover, another photo shows kirandeep relaxing in a chair on the set.
Even before its release, Kirandeep’s bar dancer role had generated tremendous buzz due to its links to infamous real-life bar dancer Tarannum Khan’s with Telgi. Now that the scene has become one of Scam 2003’s highlights with Kirandeep earning widespread plaudits, this backstage sneak peek has added more color.
In particular, Kirandeep Kaur’s photo of the extravagant dance set in full lighting and camera setup reveals the sheer scale and technical effort required to shoot such complex performance scenes. The sequence faithfully recreated the heady bar dancing culture of 1990s Mumbai that Scam 2003 depicts through the conduit of Telgi’s shady dealings.
Besides the production design and choreography, Kirandeep’s own preparation for the challenging part also gets highlighted through these images. The extensive makeup and costume seen in the pictures point to the transformation the actor underwent to get into the skin of fictionalized character Parveen, inspired by real bar dancer Tarannum.
Through both photos, Kirandeep provides an impactful look at contrasting aspects of an actor’s journey – the quieter moments of self-reflection while preparing for a role versus the active filming of elaborate, dialogue-free scenes demanding high energy. For Kirandeep, the posting reveals a slice of her experience of collaborating with the show’s crew to translate the seed of an idea into a final visually resplendent product.
The enthusiastic response to Kirandeep’s post, including gushing comments about her dance moves, proves that the creators’ efforts paid rich dividends. For the show’s fans, this rare off-guard glimpse adds to the lasting impact of Parveen’s performance and Kirandeep’s acting acclaimed as one of Scam 2003’s highlights.
Kirandeep Kaur Sran’s Costume in scam 2003 was designed by costume designer Arun J Chauhan and Makeup was done by Mua Ramesh Panda. In the shorer role she was looking fabulous and fans loved her character.
As streaming platforms spawn more behind-the-scenes and making-of content from popular shows, Kirandeep’s photos demonstrate the value of pulling back the curtain just a bit on the shooting process. The post provides a catalyst for viewers to appreciate the work underlying even brief scenes and for actors to share their immersive experiences more intimately.
For Kirandeep personally, the positive response is sure to be highly gratifying and motivating after putting her heart and soul into playing Parveen with finesse and sensitivity. The wider reach also provides an opportunity to convey her passion for her craft as an artist beyond just seeing the final output on screen.
As streaming opens new avenues for audience interaction, Kirandeep has skillfully capitalized on the medium’s strengths while staying true to her artistic spirit. For fans of her work, this is surely just a delightful first glimpse into the journey of a promising talent as she conquers new horizons.