Atul Parchure’s Interview On His Role & Fun On Sets Of Yashomati Maiyaa Ke Nandlala

Actor Atul Parchure's exclusive interview as he talks about his role in "Yashomati Maiyaa Ke Nandlala".

Sony Entertainment’s latest mythological show Yashmomati Maiyaa Ke Nandlala is being loved by the audience for its engaging storytelling and lovely performances by actors. The show is based on the childhood of Shri Krishna and depicts the heartwarming relationship between mother and son in a tale based on the Bhagvata Puran.

In the upcoming week, we’ll see comic actor Atul Parchure making an exciting entry into the show. He will be seen playing the role of Saahukar in Yashomati Maiyaa Ke Nandlala. During an exclusive interview, he opened up about his cameo role in the show. He said, “It’s an offbeat role for me. Yes, it is a light-hearted character and I have to make people laugh, but that’s not the only thing. He is a cunning man too. So, I instill the feeling of greed in hearts and minds of Gokul residents. I make them run behind money and cause unrest in the village.”

He revealed that it was a difficult role to play. Atul explained, “Language is a big barrier. A lot of Hindi words we use in daily life are eliminated because it is pure Hindi. So, speaking authentic Hindi and then making people laugh can be challenging. And a lot depends on your facial expressions too. I have tried my best and I hope people will like my performance.”

He also mentioned how fun but difficult it gets to shoot with kids. “Seeing the little girl (who plays little Krishna) shooting, was fun in itself. She is a small kid and doesn’t understand much about shooting. But she enjoys a lot. She roams all around the set. But I am sure it must be very difficult for the director to make the kids work. They are very small,” he told.

Towards the end of the interview, Atul also shares his learning from the life of Shri Krishna. He revealed, “The biggest connecting point to Bhagwan Shri Krishna is that he never fits into the image of God. I mean, you don’t get fearful by his name. He seems to be like a friend. He is mischievous and light-hearted. He solves the problem in a lighter way. He gave us Bhagvat Gita, which is our support system.”

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