In her recent interview, the dapper and hunk TV star Sudhanshu Pandey says will do just one or two projects at a time.
Currently winning the hearts of fans and audiences with his stellar performance as the multi layered character Vanraj Shah in ace TV producer Rajan Shahi’s hit soap opera Anupamaa airing on Star Plus and produced by Shahi Productions Pvt Ltd, in his latest tete a tete chat conversational interview off late, TV / bollywood films actor Sudhanshu Pandey says will do just one or two projects at a time.
Speaking about his character Vanraj and much more in the recent interview, Sudhanshu Pandey says will do just one or two projects at a time.
Sudhanshu Pandey is the current talk of the town with his path breaking character portrayal of Vanraj Shah in Rajan Shahi’s Anupamaa. He recently featured in short film Fitrat, which he has produced too, and will soon be seen in Salman Khan starrer Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai.
The actor said that his current focus is the Star Plus show and added, “I am playing the lead and as an actor, there is a lot resting on my and Rupali Ganguly’s (who plays the titular character in the show) shoulder. It’s not just leading the show, it’s being a part of the show that is doing extremely well and is quite a trendsetter. The love that I have received is incredible, whether it’s from the country or anywhere abroad”.
He also went on to add, “Other than the show my focus is obviously working on myself as an actor and I have also started training again because I need to be very fit to be in the competition. And, I will definitely be doing films and web series, but I will try to do just one or two projects at one time. I won’t try my hands at a lot of things together”.
Talking about “Radhe…”, he said, “I shot for the film last year and some portion of it was shot early this year and since I am doing a special appearance, a negative one”.
“I was not required for many days, so the schedule was split into a couple of different dates and it was easy for me to shoot for it and it was good fun,” Sudhanshu concluded.