Crazy work hours are all worth it, says Bi­jlani

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Leisure - YASHIKA MATHUR

While tele­vi­sion ac­tors of­ten com­plain about hav­ing hec­tic shoot­ing sched­ules, ac­tor Ar­jun Bi­jlani (above) feels that love and ap­pre­ci­a­tion from fans makes hard work worth it. “When you get so much love and sup­port from your fans, you feel that these crazy and hec­tic sched­ules are worth it. See­ing the re­sponse of the au­di­ence makes my stress van­ish,” says Ar­jun, who plays the role of Shikhar Mehra in a daily soap.

The 32-year-old got no­ticed af­ter do­ing shows such as Left Right Left and Mi­ley Jab Hum Tum but it is his fam­ily’s ap­pre­ci­a­tion of his role of Shikhar that has mo­ti­vated him a lot.

“My friends and fam­ily also love my char­ac­ter and en­joy watch­ing me on the small screen af­ter such a long time. My mother says I am the charm of the show, and this sen­tence of hers mo­ti­vates me a lot,” he says.

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