Un­til I get film of­fers, I’m happy do­ing TV: Param

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Tele­vi­sion ac­tor Param Singh (right) who rose to fame with the se­rial Sadda Haq, says that he had to give him­self time to get ready for his next show.

“Rand­hir was an in­tense char­ac­ter to por­tray. While play­ing the part, I tried im­bib­ing his char­ac­ter­is­tics in a way that I can make it look real on screen. So af­ter the show got over, it was be­com­ing dif­fi­cult for me to dis­so­ci­ate from Rand­hir. I had to go for va­ca­tion to make sure he is out of my sys­tem and I can I move to my next role,” says Singh, who is cur­rently es­say­ing the role of Rangeela in a se­rial.

The 28-year-old ac­tor, who made his de­but on the tube with Par­var­rish – Kuchh Khat­tee Kuchh Meethi, says that hard work and hon­esty are the rea­sons be­hind his pop­u­lar­ity. “I’ve worked re­ally hard on my act­ing. When I’m por­tray­ing a char­ac­ter, I try and add di­men­sions to it and make it more ap­peal­ing to the au­di­ence. I think that’s what clicks for me,” he ex­plains.

Like his con­tem­po­raries, Singh also has Bollywood dreams. “I don’t want to rush into things. Do­ing sub­stan­tial work is im­por­tant for me. So un­less I get a good of­fer, I am happy do­ing TV,” he adds.

PHOTO: SU­NIL SHIRSEKAR/FOTOCORP

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