I hope film fraternity likes me: Karan
Television actor Karan V Grover (right), who is soon going to make his Bollywood debut, hopes that the film fraternity accepts him just the way television did. “I’m looking forward to this movie, as my film career depends on it,” says the actor who is popularly known for his serials like Sarthii, Yaha Mai Ghar Ghar Kheli, Punar Vivah — Ek Nai Umeed and many more.
Since he’s moving from the tube to the big screen, does he find any difference between the two mediums? “Working in films is so much different from working in TV serials, as you need to get every shot perfect. You don’t have the option of correcting your mistakes in the next episode. Having said that, I would never turn my back on TV and would do serials and films simultaneously,” he says.
Ask him which genre does he find the toughest and Grover says, “Doing comedy is tough, as it is not everyone’s cup of tea. Your success depends on how people react on your jokes. I would love to do a comic role.”