Amrita Rao, who made her TV debut with 'Meri Awaaz Hi Pehchaan Hai', says everything about the 1970s era in Indian cinema is "classic and evergreen".
"I think 1970s was the best time in Bollywood. The dressing style, the hairdo, the songs and the artists, everything about the 1970s is classic and evergreen," Amrita said in a statement.
Amrita, best known for her roles in films like 'Ishq Vishk', 'Main Hoon Na', 'Welcome to Sajjanpur' and 'Jolly LLB', picked 'Meri Awaaz Hi Pehchaan Hain' to foray into television.
In the &TV show, Amrita will be seen playing the role of a singer named Kalyani from the 1970s. She says the role was "easy fit" for her.
"When I was offered this show it was an easy fit for me because I play the character of Kalyani who is a singer in the 1970s and I could absolutely relate to it. It was no brainer for me, and I had to say yes to the show."
The show takes viewers on a soulful journey of two singing sisters by having music in as its backdrop, and focus on the lives of two singing sisters Kalyani and Ketki and span three generations.