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