Actor Rrahul Sudhir who made his TV debut with Zee TV’s Rajaa Beta, and then slowly created his own fan base with his brilliant performance in Vikram Bhatt’s thriller web series franchise Twisted and Twisted 2, is now winning and ruling the hearts of the audiences and viewers with his mind blowing performance as Vansh Rai Singhania In producer Yash and Mamta Patnaik’s hit thriller love hate revenge dram saga Ishq Mein Marjawan 2 on Colors TV from Monday to Sunday at 7:30 PM in the evenings every day. Where in the first part Ishq Mein Marjawan (2016-2019 Colors TV) had the stalwart trio of Arjun Bijlani, Nia Sharma, Aalisha Panwar in leading roles of Deep, Aarohi and Tara this time around the all new ace trio of Rrahul Sudhir, Helly Shah and Vishal Vashishta in roles of Vansh, Riddhima and Kabir are also fantastic in their acting and are winning the hearts of everyone with their powerful performances in the show and also it is getting really good ratings on the TRP charts as well. On the recent occasion of 100 episodes completion of the show, during a recent interview, Rrahul credits the producers for his superb character Vansh in IMMJ 2.
The hunk and suave TV actor who is slowly becoming one of the most brilliant and famous TV actors on out Indian Television screens, during one of his recent interviews Rrahul credits the producers for his superb character Vansh in IMMJ 2.
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When asked about his character, Rrahul said, “My character comes across as strong and it has a dominating tone to it, we have done our little homework. Due credit has to be given to writing and character building. It is Mamta ma’am, it was her idea, her creation, so she wanted Vansh to be like this. I am so glad that they chose me to be part of such a thrilling character”.
He also explained in detail about the ability of his character Vansh to stay completely out of the box from other ITV serials predictable characters is the main factor that makes the entire show very different and unique so much that it stands out in the crowd.
Speaking about the same he said, “I think that is what separates Ishq Mein Marjawan from other shows. It doesn’t necessarily pitch a character as positive or negative characters. It just pitches characters as flawed, having weaknesses, and not being perfect people. But all of this amalgamated together with a ting of larger than life experience, which is the USP of Beyond Dreams and all of it together makes a good recipe for garnering good audiences. I am really glad that it is not positive or negative and not just me, every character has its shades and that is the beauty of our show”.
When asked about does he relate to his character Vansh in real life, he said, “I don’t really relate much to the character of Vansh but what I like about him is that he owns the space he walks in. He commands respect. He doesn’t talk too much and has one-liners always handy. I don’t relate to much and you can’t relate to Vansh. You never know what is going on in his head. I think that’s a big surprise and that is what keeps the thrill of the show intact because you never know what he is going to do next”.
The show recently aired their colorful Navratri sequence which was filled with lots of twists and turns and was highly lauded and loved by the audiences and viewers which also came in as a breath of freshness in the show. When questioned about the same, he said, “The Navratri sequence came as a breath of fresh air because with the pandemic going out, we can’t go outside or do so many things. But our festivals allow us to enjoy and have a little recreational on sets, which is part of work but it’s fun”.
When asked about his entire experience of coming back to the show’s sets for shooting after recovering from COVID 19 like a winner, the actor said, “I was welcomed with smiles and good wishes. Everyone was concerned about how my health was. They had got a cake for me to celebrate my defeating Coronavirus. Everyone was glad that I was back and I was so glad that I was back. So, for me, it was like coming home.”