'Mahakali' actor feels blessed to work with Akshay Kumar (Movie Snippets)
Mumbai : Actor Sandeep Arora feels he is blessed to work with Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar for a TV commercial.
"I'm so blessed to be working with Akshay Kumar. Time spent with him while shooting is very special to me now. He treats people around him as if he knows everyone before. He really has a big heart and is totally down to earth."
Sandeep now harbours a dream to do a film with him.
Playing antagonist is challenging: Naveen Sharma
Actor Naveen Sharma, who played the role of an antagonist named Rehaan in "Naagin 3", says it is challenging and difficult to a negative character on screen.
"Playing a negative person on screen is totally a risk as people start to typecast you. But it is also fun, challenging and difficult at the same time. I enjoy such roles. As an actor I keep myself open to every kind of role."
"Naagin 3" also stars Pearl V Puri, Surbhi Jyoti and Anita Hassanandani in pivotal roles.
Rishi wants to try standup comedy
Actor Rishi Khurana, who is seen in television show "Nimki Mukhiya", wants to do standup comedy.
"Standup comedy is something which needs a lot of talent. Artistes don't act but they perform. There are no retakes. When I first discovered standup comedy, I was a teenager in high school... I often wound up in front of the TV watching the various standup specials."
Rishi has earlier appeared in TV shows like "Saas Bina Sasural", "Bani - Ishq Da Kalma", "Choti Bahu" and "Adaalat".
He said: "I have been praised for my comic timing and spontaneous comebacks always in whatever shows I have done. I remember Vipulji, my producer from 'Saas Bina Sasural', was so keen that I do standup comedy that he always use to give me the mic in all our parties to do something, but that time I was more interested in only acting. Now I feel the time has come to try standup comedy.
"I am from the theatre background, so interacting with audience has never been a big deal with me. So I'm ready to let out my humorous side to tickle your funny bone."