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Aasif Sheikh: Working With Edit II Productions Is Really Fantastic

In a recent interview conversation off late, the nuanced and ace TV star Aasif Sheikh says that working with Sanjay and Binaiferr Kohli's Edit II productions is fantastic.

Best loved by fans and audiences for his remarkable performance as Vibhuti Narayan Mishra in ace producer Sanjay and Binaiferr Kohli’s hit comedy serial Bhabiji Ghar Par Hai (And TV, 2015 – present), Aasif Sheikh says working with Edit II productions is really fantastic.

Opening up on how he loves going out of his comfort zone to experiment with his characters each time, Aasif Sheikh says working with Edit II productions is really fantastic.

Feeling blessed and happy to have gotten to play so many characters within a single show, Aasif Sheikh says working with Edit II productions is really fantastic.

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Actor Aasif Sheikh, who is currently seen as Vibhuti Narayan Mishra in Binaiferr and Sanjay Kohli’s Bhabiji Ghar Par Hai, shared that he always tries to experiment with his role in the show. He also said that an actor should never let his character get stagnant and must try new things and opening up on it, he said, “I feel fortunate that I have played around 300 characters in the show. I get to play something different every other day and I am always hungry to try out new roles. In fact, whenever I am continuously playing Vibhuti, I call up my director and tell him to give me some meaty role. They immediately write something extraordinary and different for me. I feel that to break the monotony, it is important that the actor doesn’t go on autopilot mode. You have to keep on fighting that you should not go on autopilot mode. Working with Edit II is fantastic. Producer duo Binaiferr and Sanjay Kohli are very good producers. Very good arrangements were done on outdoor schedule in Gujarat”.

Furthermore, he also went on to add, “For me, every day is a new day and I don’t survive on the laurels I have achieved in the past. The philosophy of my life is that development is very important for an actor as it opens new horizons. Only this way there will be a spice and zeal in a person’s life. The moment you start feeling that I’ve worked enough and have worked for 28 years and done about 125 films you won’t achieve anything new. If you have achieved something like a National Award or something bigger then it’s still understandable. But I feel I still have to achieve a lot and I want to feel proud of my work. I am always looking out for such work. Also, till the time you are fit, healthy and can work why not, just give your best shot”.

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