By Sudirman Mohd Tahir
LOVING Raysha Rizrose in the recent drama Cindai aired on TV3 has given a different color to her art canvas.
Raysha who used to play the character well has always been daring to come out of her comfort zone.
It's even more sweet when Yasmin's character Raysha, 24, or Farza Naquraisha Mohd Fariz's real name gets a lot of praise for the quality of the acting.
As a result, many began to open their eyes to Raysha's talent, especially those who had previously doubted her ability.
Raysha, who started making her name after winning the 2014/2015 Teen Goddess contest, is aware of the feedback and acceptance people have for her now.
“Thank God, I'm aware. But always be careful not to be fooled by compliments. Admittedly there are too many weaknesses that still need to be repaired in self and acting. The praise given will continue to be the motivation to be better, God willing.
“For me, every day there is a learning process for me. Whatever manuscript I received I tried my best. In fact, from time to time I have never been desperate to repair weaknesses, ”
Good luck to Raysha too when her involvement in the drama JS Pictures caught the attention of producer Fadzil Teh of Zeel Production to offer her acting in the movie If You Were There.
Raysha was selected to play the lead character and starred in the cast, Fendy Bakry and Ruhainies.
“At first it was frustrating because I didn't have much time to study the script, but I took steps to challenge myself and learn from old people like Fauziah Nawi's mother.
“I don't want to miss the offer because this is an opportunity. In fact, I thank the publication for giving me the confidence and choosing me as the main character, ”he said.
According to Raysha, she enjoyed the shoot in Perlis and Uzbekistan.
“Overall I enjoy the atmosphere of the set and the 'best' cast.
“They help each other especially when working under Zeel production. We remain focused and serious when it comes to work, ”he said.
Watch out for controversy
Compared to her two sisters, Uqasha Senrose and Nelydia Senrose, Raysha can be said to be less of a thrill story.
For Raysha, what is important is always careful not to get caught up in the controversy.
“Of course not because I never did anything wrong. I believe there is no reason other than God to take care of himself. Thank God.
“At the same time, I am reminded to always be careful not to get involved in controversy,” he said.
In relation to her lover and national F3 car driver Nabil Jeffti, Raysha rarely shares the matter with the public.
“Honestly, I don't want to share personal matters. I don't like sharing things that aren't important to avoid things that aren't.
“I've never been secretive or secretly a lover, but at the same time I don't feel it should be shared publicly all the time before she becomes a legal husband.
“Whatever it is, just pray for the best and I believe
on the soul and will of God, “he said.