I hope film fra­ter­nity likes me: Karan

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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.”

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