Ronit Roy decided not to do TV unless a role excites him

Ronit Roy decided not to do TV unless a role excites him

Ronit Roy is a well-known name in the entertainment industry. The actor is known for his work in films and television. He is happy to return to TV with the family drama ‘Saavran Ghar’, which also stars Sangeeta Ghosh.

On saying ‘yes’ to the show, Ronit says, “I decided not to do television unless there is a role that excites me and that is the role that excites me and that’s why I decided to do it. did.”

This is the story of a loving couple who have done everything for their kids and now as every parent they want a little attention from their grown up kids.

The actor, best known for playing Rishabh Bajaj in ‘Kasauti Zindagi Ki’ and Mihir Virani in ‘Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi’, never shies away from doing any kind of role and similarly this time too he is going for an intense He was ready to play the character. on screen.

“I’m playing a husband and a father, which is what I’ve done before. But the kind of husband he is, what kind of father he is. And his whole journey, it’s a very brief road. In such a short length of time This character tells a lot about life and love. So, I found it very interesting.”

Ronit adds: “It’s not like anything I’ve done before. He looks on the bright side. It’s something I can’t explain right now. It’s something that needs to be seen to be understood. “

About his chemistry with Sangeeta Ghosh, he shared: “Everyone in the unit is talking about our on-screen chemistry. I know her but never spent time together. Her role is extremely sensitive like mine. And it’s intense. So, for two actors to come together to play such characters, I think the chemistry has just come to the fore. And we are very grateful that there is chemistry.”

Ronit says that the show is very relatable and it establishes strong values.

“I think it’s a highly relevant and relatable show. The message that will go out from the show is that everyone has their own life to live. But while leading your own life, you have to take care of the lives of your family members. should think about.”

The 56-year-old actor shared that what he liked the most about his on-screen persona is his relatability with the role.

“I am also a father and husband. And that’s what I am playing in this show. So, it didn’t require any extra effort to portray the character on screen.”

The actor has some amazing projects in his kitty like ‘Shehzada’ starring Kartik Aaryan, Kriti Sanon, Paresh Rawal, Vijay Deverakonda in web series like ‘Liger’, ‘Shamshera’, ‘Bloody Daddy’ and many more.

He adds: ‚ÄúThere is no looking back and there are many exciting projects. I am just coming back to television because I love the script and the concept. It was a tough journey for me but before I was successful. Now, things have changed. And there is no time to look back,” he concluded.

‘Saran Ghar’ will start on Colors from February 28.

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