As being famous comes with a price of constant exposure to negativity and trolling, Niti Taylor says she "completely ignores it". "I get trolled for everything, like literally everything! If you reply to them they're gonna keep going on. So when somebody hates you they're gonna hate you forever and nothing you do is gonna change it. So when some people troll you sitting behind their screens we can't really help it but it's just God who's watching them. Now that I have time I sometimes see and keep deleting them, that's all."
Best known for playing the role of an introverted girl named Nandini in Kaisi Yeh Yaariaan, Niti Taylor's work reflects simplicity and efficiency. Even though she's been in a string of varied projects like Ghulaam (2017), Ishqbaaz (2019), Kaisi Yeh Yaariaan series and others, the 25-years old actress says she wants to do more challenging roles in the future. "I wanna play different roles. Since I have a sweet and bubbly face, I don't want people to just see me doing only one type of role. Even though playing a bubbly character, who's energy level is so much more than you, is actually a very difficult and a tedious task. People think it might be easy playing such roles but it's not, " she said.
If she ever gets a chance to star in the Hindi remake of any Hollywood film or a show, Niti says she would love to be a part of a few. "Grey's Anatomy, for sure. Because I think playing any role in that show is so challenging since all the medical terms used in it are so difficult to memorize. For that, I think hats off to the actors. Also, I would really like to work in the Hindi remakes of Fault In Our Stars and Five Feet Apart.
While the lockdown period has given everyone some extra time to explore different activities, ask Niti and she chuckles, "Jhadu, poncha and bartan mein main expert ho gayi hun". "I've done so much cooking in the past few days and the other homely stuff that I've become a pro now, " she added.