I have a dead­line of three years: Pranav

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Ac­tor Pranav Sachdev (right), who holds a law de­gree, ac­cepts that there is a lot of com­pe­ti­tion in the world of tele­vi­sion and he has only three years to prove him­self. “There is com­pe­ti­tion in my field and a lot more con­tent is com­ing in now. My fa­ther has given me a dead­line of three years to ex­plore, oth­er­wise I will have to go back to courts and start with lit­i­ga­tion. This is some­thing which I’m scared of,” he con­fesses.

Sachdev de­sired to make it big in films, but when good TV con­tent came his way, he chose to take it up, as he says, “No medium is big­ger than love for act­ing.”

“The idea was to be an ac­tor on the big screen and that’s how it started, but now as the medi­ums are merg­ing, the medium has be­come sec­ondary for me. Be it stage or TV it’s about act­ing and I en­joy do­ing that. I would love to do films some day but right now what I’m get­ting is good, and I love do­ing it,” says Pranav, who has been part of the show Air­lines, and starred as a child ac­tor in In­te­haa.

The Delhi-based ac­tor, be­lieves in learn­ing from mis­takes. He says, “The idea is to keep learn­ing and un­learn­ing and be some­one in life.”

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