While the actor insists he’s in a glad space, there are gossips that all’s not well between him and the producers of his new show.
Shashank Vyas seems to have lastly freed himself from his Balika Vadhu image, thanks to the fame of his current personality, Ravish, in Jana Na Dil Se Door. And the actor is clearly enjoying his new personality.
“It surely takes a lot to break an image. I was only identified as Jagya, and now publics recognise me as Ravish. I’m so glad people have known me wholeheartedly in this role and my fresh look. The moustache has done the trick, I guess. Ravish is a solid character, and it is even more popular than Jagya,” informs Shashank.
While the actor claims he’s in a happy space, there are whispers that all’s not well among him and the makers of his new show. Shashank, however, signs it off with a diplomatic answer.
“From Balika Vadhu, I hurdled into this ocean. I started equating both the shows, which was not right on my part. Balika was a dissimilar genre. It had a social message, while this show is a whole masala drama. It took me time to accept this,” he speaks.
“I understand how small screen works, so I don’t feel let down. At the 5.30 pm slot, the show is moving within good ratings. My job is to satisfy the audience to accept me, and they have. I don’t want to prove myself. I’m a decent actor; not good or bad.”
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With the focus now entirely on the lead couple of the display, Chauhan Vikram Singh and Shivani Surve, isn’t the actor feeling left out in the cold? “I haven’t left into the romantic zone so far. A couple’s chemistry creates the show, so apparently the focus is on them and not me. (One who is destined to shine, will, will shine)Jisko chamakna hai who chamak ke rahega .My character doesn’t need a lassie, and that’s the feedback I’m getting from viewers. This character is the best I could do as a performer. I don’t see myself playing a snake or a rakshas, even though displays like these are getting earth-shattering rankings. I’m very content with my character and it has really helped me effectively try a different genre,” he says.
Recently, there were rumours that Shashank had been hurling his weight around on the sets and giving trouble to the creation house. He, however, dismisses the charges with a calm demeanour.
“I’m not the type of performer who will throw his weight around or throw tantrums. I was the only artist who danced with all the unit members at a party organised by our creation house for the cast and staff. I look by things logically. I have to shoot five Shoots a day. If I start thinking about all this, then it’ll affect the show. So I don’t worry and go about my work,” he signs off.