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12-08-2014, 10:30 PM #1
I have five different looks in the show - Manish Wadhwa
Highly skilled Manish Wadhwa will be seen playing a strong character of Rudra's father in Mahakumbh. In conversation with us he talks in depth about many things
Manish Wadhwa has pleased audience by his impeccable performances, be it Chanakya of Chandragupta Maurya or Nirajan Agnihotri from Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon... Ek Baar Phir. This talented actor is all set to amaze his audience yet again with his upcoming role in Mahakumbh.
Here is Manish talking about the reason for accepting this project, playing different characters, growing trend of finite series and more...
Sharing his excitement for his new venture he says "I am always excited for a new project so even this time the feeling is same."
Talking something on his character he says "I am essaying a serious kind of character which has many transitions in it."
You are one of those actors who have played various roles, each one of it is different from the other. How do you feel about it? "Producers and creatives think of casting me for a character is an achievement in itself for me. It feels great when they think that I can justify a particular character. I have five looks in this show and I was shocked to know that the creatives have visualized me for such a challenging role. Recently I have also shot for a show of Epic and that is new and different too."
Specifying his reason for doing Mahakumbh he says "First of all getting opportunity to work with Arvind Babbal is an achievement. Earlier I just heard that this show is going to be a big project but when I actually started shooting I realized that yes it is really a new concept, a new experiment on television. Now we can just wait and watch that whether audience will like it or not."
What does he has to say about the new trend of finite series? "I feel this is brilliant and precise. With finite shows, the creative team is always sure about the story that they want to show to the audience. So, there is no hustle bustle with the team and that becomes very convenient for makers, actors and viewers too."