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Karan dabbling in big and small screens
After a decade-long successful career on the small screen, Karan Singh Grover made his Bollywood debut in 2015 with the film ‘Alone’ and then did ‘Hate Story 3’. The switch didn't pan out well for him, but he says experimenting must never stop.
After a decade-long successful career on the small screen, Karan Singh Grover made his Bollywood debut in 2015 with the film 'Alone' and then did 'Hate Story 3'. The switch didn't pan out well for him, but he says experimenting must never stop.
"Experimentation is necessary to grow. Yes, I was doing well on TV, but how long one can follow one direction? One has to look for new things. Otherwise, as a creative person, it will be stagnating.
"Both my films 'Alone' and 'Hate Story 3' did good business. Of course, my TV shows like 'Dill Mill Gayye' and 'Qubool Hai' got much higher success and awards, but my films did not flop. Numbers are created by people and not by the Almighty. Our value cannot be defined by a parameter that is manmade," Karan told IANS.
Karan is currently seen as Rishabh Bajaj in television show "Kasautii Zindagii Kay", a reboot of the original show that continued from 2001 to 2008. It's a role originally played by Ronit Roy, and Karan took a deep dive into it well aware of the comparisons that will be drawn.
"No one in our industry can play Rishabh Bajaj the way Ronit Roy played it and I do not even dare to touch that."