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National Award-winning performing artist Ashish Vidyarthi brags of acting in around 200 movies in different dialects including Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam and Telugu, and is coming back to the little screen following two decades. He has no second thoughts about including in a TV show as he trusts that independent of the medium, performers are dependably vigilant for testing parts….
Ashish will be seen playing the principle opponent Roshan Sherchan, a medication master, in the up and coming limited TV arrangement “24: Season 2”.
Inquired as to whether he might want to accomplish more fiction shows on the little screen, the on-screen character, who has highlighted in the 1990s TV indicates like “Dastaan” and “Kurukshetra”, told IANS here: “Nothing is off the table… never for a performer. A performer is ceaselessly searching for difficulties. On the off chance that I take a gander at myself, I began from ‘Is Raat Ki Subah Nahin’, then went ahead to do business movies like “Bichhoo” and afterward I went down south.
“The energizing part is the excursion of a performing artist. Every destination in my life is something that I celebrate. Contingent upon the class that I get, I attempt my best to be straightforward to that type,” included the on-screen character, frequently connected with negative characters.
The group of onlookers regularly abhors on-screen characters who play baddies. Did he ever get such disdain from the viewers?
“I have been managing that for as far back as 24 years. Yet, it’s the adoration for group of onlookers that urges you to experiment with better things every time and I feel elated that I have the chance to work crosswise over such a large number of dialects.
“Also, following quite a while of film, I am returning to TV and doing this appear (’24’); so it is extraordinary for me and the gathering of people will be amazed by my character,” he said….
Praising the Indian adaptation of the popular American TV show that will see actor-producer Anil Kapoor returning as Anti-Terrorism Squad agent Jai Singh Rathore, Ashish said: “We are creating something which we are proud of and the audience will relate to it. There is a whole lot of Indianisation of the script and topic. This could work in any part of the world.
“There is clarity in terms of the way it’s written. There is no repetition. There are wonderful lines to speak and my character is not unreal or larger than life.”
Is the audience ready to accept shows with a fresh content and not the usual family dramas?
“I believe people who do this work, will keep doing it and won’t give up. There will be things that the audience will like and there will be things they won’t like. We are working hard so that they love this work,” he said.
“We have to ready them (the audience) and move them in such a way that we relentlessly offer them that ‘this is available’. I personally don’t believe in waiting for things to change. I’d rather be a catalyst to that and this (’24’) is a part of that entire effort,” he added.
“24: Season 2”, which also stars Sakshi Tanwar, Surveen Chawla, Sikander, Harsh Chhaya, Neil Bhoopalam, Sapna Pabbi and Sudhanshu Pandey, will be start on Colors from July 17 onwards……..
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