Anupamaa: Why did the importance of ‘Mukku’ suddenly decrease? Will not return to the show? The reason given by Aneri Vajani
Sudhanshu said, “Anupama is my first daily show. I have never worked in a daily show before. I did cameo roles in some shows for my friends but never worked full time. I avoided doing TV shows as I was active in movies. “Later I did a web show and then the TV show ‘Anupama’.”
Describing how Sudhanshu accepted the role and his character, he said, “I met producer Rajan Shahi at an awards show. Rajan Shahi is an old friend of mine. I told him that if there is an interesting role in TV, I don’t mind doing a few A month later, he called me for ‘Anupama’. However, a month ago, he introduced me to the working style of TV.
If one role is played for a long time, it becomes boring for the artist. How does Sudhanshu view this matter? Responding, he said, “The whole journey of this show has been beneficial for me. The vitality of survival in the TV industry is unmatched anywhere else. Everyday fight with time, content and deadlines and I fell in love with this race. I enjoy my work. And that’s not boring. “
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Sudhanshu plays the role of Vanraj Shah. His character is of gray shade. Sudhanshu has been praised in this role as well as criticized. Commenting on the negative comments on social media, Sudhanshu said, “I get mixed reactions from people for my character on social media. This was new to me as I am not part of the TV industry already and I did not know that viewers would engage with the character to such an extent. I have come to believe in real life what my character is like in the show. I have to endure trolling and criticism on social media because of my character. “
However, putting this aside, Sudhanshu loves the whole process and the overall reaction to the role. He said, “After all, I enjoy it all. The character I am playing is real, not fiction. I’m glad I was able to convince the audience.”