1. You are still known for the character Salim of Jodha Akbar, what do you have to say about it?
I’ve done about seven shows before
Jodha Akbar, but it’s been a session that has recognized me as an actor on TV. Luckily, I had this golden opportunity to play that role because she had the creativity of the show for Mrs. Shalu, and she knew me from the previous show.
(Jivha Malha starring). When the show started he called me to listen to Akbar’s role and again Salim’s role. I rode on horseback, fighting with the sword and making progress. Historians show a great deal of work in these hells. This show took me to places like I was in Indonesia for two years. I saw a recipe called Salim Dolls, Salim in a restaurant and millions of beautiful fans, star treatment and Z-safety. It was unusual and amazing. He was even more successful in Indonesia. So somehow this show changed my life forever. It was my last TV show seven years ago and people are still talking about it and that means a lot.
2. After Jodha Akbar, they didn’t see you much on the small screen. Is it because you made a good choice for your projects? Will we get to see you on TV shows?
Jodha AkbarThey blamed me for my negligence. I was giving my 200% but the ratings would not come according to that. I was shot for two months with the injected foot, one day Chetan Hansraj bhai saw my foot and was very angry because my foot was going to get gangrene and they also managed to cut off his whole foot if the doctor delayed. . I went to the doctor right away and he cut the infected area and put eight points on it. It was painful, I had surgery and immediately sat on a horse. I’m not trying to be a Hero, but later, due to ratings, I was removed from the show. I didn’t have a job for the next four months. Then Indonesia happened and I was at work. And back to Mumbai again and giving 128 hearings and finally
Ishq Subhan Allah
it was my first TV show after a long break. I also tried and asked for all the roles, but things weren’t my favorite. Luckily, I started working on various OTT platforms and I appreciate that.
3. Tell us about your new OTT show- Shukla The Tiger and your role.
The story is inspired by an UP gangster who falls into the wrong acts due to an accident with his sister. This man was a real Tiger to take a stand for his sister. I’m playing the role of the gangster himself. We shot it before Lockdown, but then the whole project was about to run away because of so many gaps. So I took responsibility and made all the posts and went to almost every OTT. Most didn’t agree, but luckily MXPlayer agreed. Since I was the main producer and actor, I was happy, it was also promoted by all my famous friends and it had a great trend in MXPlayer and it still exists. The audience is happy with this series and every day I am having a lot of love from the Shukla fans.
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4. You recently filmed with Zeenat Aman for Margaon: The Closed File. How was he filming with the veteran actor?
Believe me it is still the best. Energy, innocence and a strong attachment to craftsmanship. He spent 50 years in film in our filming. I was lucky enough to shoot him the same day and witness the end of those 50 years.
5. Tell us about your role in this Murder Mystery show.
I can’t reveal many things to Kapil Sharma because my humble and humble director has his plans. I am playing the lead role in the family, the youngest son of Zeenat Amaan, the most dangerous but fun and intelligent of the family’s raw and black sheep. I made the best movie in Gujarat.
6. What are the upcoming projects?
I’ve done some web series yet to come. I like it
Char ka punchnama
(Filmed in 2018-19, now coming to OTT),
Margaon- Closed file
and a movie called
Dashashwmedh Ghat. And I also have some projects as a producer.
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About reality and mythological spectacles
7. Will we see you soon on reality shows? Will you
8. What about mythological spectacles?Mythological shows are the best to start with. I remember shooting at 38 degrees for war sequences. You feel like you’ve been in a war after the shoot, because bruises and cuts are very normal. It teaches us the true meaning of hard work. A hat to Rajat Tokas, who has been a brave boy to put on so many shows.