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Apurva Agnihotri: Anupamaa Would Be A Treasured Part Of My Career

In his latest interview, best known for his role of Armaan Suri in Jassi Jaissi Koi Nahin, TV actor Apurva Agnihotri says Anupamaa would be a treasured part of my career.

Definitely the dashing TV star has made his comeback after three long years amidst much fanfare with maverick producer Rajan Shahi’s TRP topping hit show Anupamaa airing on Star Plus and more so it has striked the right notes with audiences and fans and recently his character Dr. Advait Khanna’s journey came to an end in show. In his recent chat interview, TV actor Apurva Agnihotri says Anupamaa would be a treasured part of my career.

His character of Dr. Advait Khanna got immense love and accolades by all and opening up more on same, Apurva Agnihotri says Anupamaa would be a treasured part of my career.

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Apurva Agnihotri recently donned the hat of a super cool, optimistic, funny and obsessed with his hair Dr. Advait in Rajan Shahi’s popular TV show Anupamaa. The actor’s entry added a lot of positive drama to the show and in a way helped every on screen character untangle their miseries.

The actor, who had earlier worked with the ace producer in Jassi Jaissi Koi Nahin and Sapna Babul Ka…Bidaai, is all praise for him and called him an incredible human being and shedding more light on same, he said, “Rajan and I go back to our ‘Jassi Jaissi Koi Nahin’ days when he used to direct us. Meeting him, talking to him, working with him made me feel like we were stuck in a time loop as Rajan is still the most amazing, awesome, incredible human being that he was and his DKP (Director’s Kut Productions) unit is the living proof of it, and all thanks to all of those wonderful people I had the time of my life”.

He also added, “My experience of working in ‘Anupamaa’ was beyond incredible as I yet again got to work with my favourite people Rajan, director Romesh Kalra, Sudhanshu Pandey, Paras Kalnawat, Madalsa Sharma, Anagha Bhosale and Tassnim Sheikh, and of course the splendid ensemble cast. Being associated with ‘Anupamaa’ would definitely be a treasured part of my career as I am a huge fan of the writing of the show and bow down to the creative geniuses who are writing it. So all and all truely blessed to have done this”.

Was it difficult to say goodbye? “It was really difficult because in a very short time we all became really close and had a lot of fun while shooting and also during our time off. Since mine was an outdoor track and we were all away from home and our families, we all kind of stuck together and made the outdoor as eased out as possible for one another,” Apurva signed off.

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