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Radha Bhatt Shares Her Experience Of Working With Sunil Grover In Sunflower

Actress Radha Bhatt, who has played different roles in projects like Agar Tum Saath Ho, Zindagi Ki Mehak, The Family Man and Manikarnika, is now playing the role of Mrs. Ahuja in the web series Sunflower on Zee 5.

Actress Radha Bhatt, who has played different roles in projects like Agar Tum Saath Ho, Zindagi Ki Mehak, The Family Man and Manikarnika, is now playing the role of Mrs. Ahuja in the web series Sunflower on Zee 5.

Radha is seen playing the role of Mrs Ahuja in the show Sunflower. She has been receiving a lot of applause for the show. On being asked about her experience of working with the comedy king Sunil Grover in the new web series Sunflower, Radha says, “It was a great opportunity to work with Sunil sir. As a learner, I am very keen and I want to evolve and make my craft better. So this opportunity enhanced my learning skills. On the first day when I went to the set for my trial, Sunil sir was already shooting for his part. The makers introduced me to him and told him that I was going to play the role of Mrs Ahuja. He was so impressed with Mrs Ahuja’s character that he jokingly said he could drape a saree and play her character. There’s a reason why he is known as the Comedy King. He is a very sweet and gentle person. He loves to interact with people. I got to talk to him once or twice on the set because we didn’t get much time between takes and also we had to maintain social distancing rules.”

Adding to the same, she says, “Sunil Grover sir was like a friend. He didn’t behave like he is a superior actor as compared to me. It was amazing to see such a flow and ease in a senior actor like him. The overall energy on the set was amazing. People remember actors like Sunil sir not just because of their seniority level but because of their mind blowing comic timing and flawless dialogue delivery skills. I learnt a lot about the complexities of acting while working with my co-actors.”

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Lastly, she demonstrates her overall learning experience by saying, “All in all working with a chunk of talented co-actors was an experience worth remembering. Apart from learning, I had a lot of fun on the sets too.”

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