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Exclusive: 'I paint and have kept my connect with my childhood dreams,' says Karanvir Sharma

Updated on: 14 November,2021 11:52 PM IST  |  Mumbai
Natasha Coutinho D`souza |

Karanvir Sharma takes’s ‘Children’s Day’ rapid fire

Exclusive: 'I paint and have kept my connect with my childhood dreams,' says Karanvir Sharma

Karanvir Sharma with childhood friends

Karanvir Sharma of Shaurya aur Anokhi ki Kahani fame, joins as he takes  a trip down memory lane on Children’s Day.

What are your most precious memories as a child?

The most precious memory for me as a child was, I was gifted a red bicycle by my father because I always use to see the children in my society had the latest bicycle and always wanted one. He could read my expressions that, I wanted that bicycle. So that was a very precious memory for me and I rode that bicycle for the longest time. Another precious memory which I cherish now is, I used to have a red band and one day it wasn’t there my dad sold it off and I howled and howled so much that my dad actually went and got it for me. I don’t know why but I just had an emotional connect with it, I didn’t know much about it but I just loved it. But what my dad did for me was really very very sweet. 

Things that you enjoyed as a child and miss now or would like to do again?

I think had a best colony and a good set of friends so I used to enjoy the Sunday cricket matches that we use to play there. So I really miss that and whatever function there use to be we use to all celebrate it together. Whether it was Christmas or Diwali, dwe use to just have a great time and that's what I miss a lot. 

What did you dream of becoming when you grew up?

As a child I wanted to do a lot of things. I wanted to become a painter, an artist and I wanted to be a scientist as I love science, an astronaut, a race car driver and I am glad I didn’t become most of these. A little scientist in me still researches about the character but yeah it would be very nice to at least pursue one of these dreams. I still continue to paint I think I have kept my connection with my childhood dreams.

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