Mew Lalita, beloved veteran actress from many memorable lakorns from the 90s, will not be returning to the small screen any time soon, since she has rejected the role in TV Scene’s upcoming lakorn “Pim Mala”. The lakorn possibly pairing off Aum Atichart and Ploy Chermarn together, so odd.
Mew, her husband “Kong” Narabadi Sasiprapha, and her two boys Ethan and Plankton have been spending more time out of Bangkok.
“We have a house in Cha-am, we have been there since a year ago. I live my life alternating between the provinces and Bangkok. I have turned into provincial person, I don’t accept work as much as before. Occasionally I film commercials and do photoshoots for magazines. My children love living over there. They love living life naturally. Because we live in Bangkok, it was very chaotic. For the holidays we would go there. When school ended for vacation, we would go, so they love spending a lot of time there. However they are still studying in Bangkok. Traveling is not difficult, we just go back and forth.”
Though there has been rumors that Mew Lalita was returning to lakorns in TV Scene”s upcoming series “Pim Mala”, Mew is no longer accepting the role. She apologized to Khun “Pin” Natnan Chawiwong, head honcho of TV scene, she does not feel ready to return to lakorns.
“At first Khun Pin did contact me, now I’m not sure. I would have to apologize to Khun Pin, I’m not ready to accept [the role]. Though this time around it was not true, don’t feel regretful. Next time I will come back for sure if I find a lakorn that is suitable for me.”
Though she won’t be in the small screen any time soon, Mew does have a film coming out by the end of the year, the film “Mahasajan Lek Noi (Little Miracles)” by Pattaya Films.
Mew and her husband Kong at an event for Samsung, more pictures here.