Karanveer Mehra; It's a digital war with big budgeted shows
The actor, storyteller & producer celebrated his collaboration with a television giant & hosted a party for the success of his maiden venture Couple of Mistakes.
Starting his career with a massively hit youth show like Remix, Karanveer Mehra set his foot into acting & with a couple of shows & a brief sabbatical later returned with a hit web-series & also helmed a production house under the banner Hott Studios.
Karan's maiden venture, a slice of life take on relationships, alongside actress Barkha Bisht Couple of Mistakes became an online hit instantly that attracted the bigwigs of entertainment business & will see a collaboration between a major channel & his production house that will take the show to a wider platform such as television.
The actor who will be next seen in the second season of It's not that simple.
\"I wasn't wary when I first experimented as I followed my gut. Whatever works in the West, eventually comes around back home & works for us too. Be it a hit show like KBC or Bigg Boss, superhero movies, web series, only now it reaches us faster.\"
The actor ventured in the world of web way before it became the web we know now, \"I started out about 7 years back & it wasn't a powerful medium as it is now. Smartphones made it easier & it will only grow.\"
The actor hosted a gathering in a plush suburban hotel, building a platform where the actors can directly touch-base with the producers & channels making it a one of a kind event that saw the attendance of Barkha and Indraneil Sengupta, Rashmi Desai, Ravi Dubey, Deepshika Nagpal, Kishwer and Suyyash, Raj Singh Arora, Karanveer Grover, Hunar Ali, Mayank Gandhi & Meghna Naidu.
\"It's a digital war with big budgeted shows, bigger actors are being brought together for a web-series with smaller to big players entering the market with respective platforms & I'm a story-teller first, our team is constantly working on creating good content & this collaboration will help us to amplify & reach the masses & help us market it better. It's a win-win situation.\"
Karan explains \"Everyone's only looking for good content that can help stand out, break the clutter increasing the stakes in this competitive space.\"