Sareh is a born artist. From childhood she used to per-form on stage as a theatre actor. That was just a passion, an interest beside education and dance. Sareh have never learnt any specific form of dance but It comes as easily as breathing to her. Studies were always an important and major part of her life. But Sareh got a lot of joy and positive energy from her involvement in creative fields like dancing, anchoring and acting. It has always been an attempt to follow what she love the most. Sareh have completed bachelor in GENETICS and then for further study she moved to India. A master in biochemistry and some research on Genetic disorders are what she got from India but one more thing that she have gained from India which she could never be able to experience it in Iran is modelling and fashion.
Sareh dedicates her success to her liberal upbringing. She speaks on,”they have been very supportive, encouraging and have never tried to stop me from following my passion. If it had not been for them, I would have never achieved whatever I have achieved today. They have always stood by me through thick and thin. That’s why I carry knowledge of science, knowledge of dance, knowledge of acting and fashion “.
Q Your inclination to stay and work in India is guided by instinct or circumstances?
Inclination to stay here in India is all about instinct…i love India
Q How do your demarcate Indian & Iran society? Can do draw any parity between them?
India has freedom that no other country offers. You could feel the freedom easily in India and the culture are in parity between India and Iran.
Q You are medical professional, what inspired you to join entertainment industry?
Dancing,acting,modelling. they are talking about art. I love art, all are my passion.better to say interests beside my education. Studies are,indubitably, an important and major part of life.But I get a lot of joy and positive energy from my involvement in creative fields,It has always been an attempt to follow what I love the most. When you know how to prioritize things, striking a balance is not at all difficult.
Q What you like most about India?
(Inputs from Mumbai Bureau)