Best known as a Bollywood, Pollywood, TV and Digital star who has made a permanent niche for himself with ace performances in TV serials like Sabki Laadli Bebo (2009 – 2011), Phir Subah Hogi (2012), Chhanchhan (2013), Itti Si Khushi (2014 – 2015) and Swaragini (2016), in a recent interview, suave TV star Anuj Sachdeva says content curating platforms satisfy actor’s creative side.
Further, he also delved into Bollywood films and won hearts with his acting chops in Delhii Heights (2007), Love Shagun (2016), Hawa Hawaai (2014). In a latest interview, Anuj Sachdeva says content curating platforms satisfy actor’s creative side.
Also successfully establishing himself as a digital star with Amazon Prime Video series Breathe (2018), Bin Bulaye Mehmaan (2016) and The Reunion (2018), in his new and tete a tete chat conversational interview, Anuj Sachdeva says content curating platforms satisfy actor’s creative side.
Anuj Sachdeva who is known for being opinionated and share his views on various issues and topics, is glad that he got an opportunity to do a beautifully conceptualized video for Filter Copy.
When asked Anuj about the storyline of this short video, he shares, “The video is about this couple from today’s time and about the complexities we witness in a relationship, especially for the woman who is working. In today’s time, career is really important for both men and women but still there are more hindrances for a woman and the choices that she has to make. For instance, even if she is independent, she has to make various choices when she is asked to get married. So, that’s one question which is very relatable for every woman. This short video revolves around her trying to figure out the choices she has to make, how her profession impacts the relationship, etc. and here is where we leave it to the audience to decide. My character’s name is Udit and I enjoyed shooting with them. I am working with them for the fourth time and it’s fun to do them because everyone can relate to these stories kyunki ki yeh aaj ki stories hai”.