Viewers’ choice popular TV actress Hasin Roushan Jahan, also a Veet star, was not regular in drama serials earlier. But now she has become regular in acting in the field of TV serials. Hasin is acting in six new drama serials now. Of those serials, two have already being telecasted on RTV at present. Shooting of rest four are going on now. These six serials are: Zahid Hasna’s Uramon, SA Haque Alik’s Sonar Suta, Maruf Mithu’s Tini Ashben, Taher Shipon’s Bhoirab, Rahmatullah Tuhin’s Jokhon Kokhono and Dipankar Dipon’s Grand Master. Uramon and Sonar Suta are being telecasted where Hasin’s acting were appreciated by the viewers. Hasin is acting in two challenging roles in these serials. Hasin’s acted two serials – Maruf Mithu’s Tini Ashben and Taher Shipon’s Bhoirab – will go on air soon. Within very short time shooting of rest two serials will start. Intekhab Dinar and Shahiduzzaman Selim will perform against Hasin in Jokhon Kokhono and Grand Master respectively, she said.Earlier Hasin acted against Selim in Tonmoy Tansen’s a play titled Norom Roder Om. In the play, they performed in role of father-daughter. But in serial Grand Master, they will perform in role of husband-wife. Meanwhile, from January Hasin’s performed a TV commercial (TVC) of Veet is being telecasted in different satellite channels. Basically after performing in this TVC Hasin’s acceptability among the directors has been increased. For this reason, she got the offer to act in these serials.Hasin said, “I am grateful to all including directors, producers, journalists, Veet family, I-Positive, Reckitt Benckiser and Channel i family because without their cooperation I couldn’t come into this position. I want to continue work in the long with the cooperation from alls including my husband Maruf. Everybody pray for me.”It may be mentioned that Hasin last acted against Apurbo in Chayanika Chowdhury’s a play titled Bonnya Tomar Jonnyo. But right now Hasin has no intention to start work in any other serial because she wants to be engaged with acting for the Eid plays, she said.