Monday, October 25, 2021

Ranvir Shorey: Comedy is my home

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Actor Ranvir Shorey says he consciously decided to stay away from serious roles when he realised that people enjoy lighthearted content more.

“After a certain point I consciously stayed away from serious roles and projects, not because it didn’t work for me but because I realised that people enjoy comedy and lighthearted content over serious and dark shows or films,” Ranvir said, adding: “That’s when I decided to go back to my roots, as comedy is my home and I live there.”

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At the moment, he is seen in the new dramedy “PariWar”, essaying Shishupal or ‘Chutke’, the younger son of Kashiram Narayan (played by Gajraj Rao).

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“Sagar Bellary (director) is a good friend and working with him after ‘Bheja Fry’ along with such a stellar ensemble cast was something I certainly couldn’t turn down,” he added.

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Talking about the boom of web shows, he said: “It is a great time for artists with so many avenues opening up because of the digital space and I feel that the kind of content will only just keep getting better.”

“PariWar” is currently streaming on Disney+ Hotstar.  –ians/sug/vnc

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