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'Bad man of television' Karanvir Bohra says he hates playing positive roles on screen

Updated on: 26 July,2023 07:34 PM IST  |  Mumbai

Actor Karanvir Bohra, who is famous as the bad man of television as he has played many dark characters in television shows, has said that he hates playing positive characters on television

'Bad man of television' Karanvir Bohra says he hates playing positive roles on screen


Karanvir Bohra, renowned for portraying dark characters on television, recently expressed his aversion to playing positive roles. In an exclusive interview, he discussed his current show 'Hum Rahein Na Rahein Hum' and his preference for negative roles. According to Karanvir, positive characters offer limited scope for performance, leading to stagnation in the role. He emphasized his love for portraying negative roles, which allow him to explore deeper shades of characters.

Karanvir Bohra has earned a reputation as one of the most versatile actors in the television industry. Over the years, he has mesmerized audiences with his convincing portrayals of complex and often sinister characters. Known as the "bad man" of television, Karanvir has become synonymous with intense and enigmatic roles, garnering a dedicated fan following.

In his current show 'Hum Rahein Na Rahein Hum,' Karanvir continues to captivate viewers with his portrayal of a negative character. The show's storyline, combined with Karanvir's exceptional acting skills, has received widespread acclaim from audiences and critics alike.

During the interview, Karanvir candidly shared his reluctance to take on positive roles on television. He believes that such characters offer limited opportunities for an actor to explore their range and depth. Expressing his hesitation, Karanvir explained that he fears getting stuck in the same type of character, which could hinder his growth as an actor.

"I like playing negative roles," Karanvir admitted. "I hesitate performing positive roles on television because I feel there is not much to perform. You get stuck in that role. I hate playing positive characters on television."

For Karanvir, portraying negative characters is a creative outlet that allows him to dive into the psyche of his roles, delving into their complexities and motivations. This fascination with the darker side of human nature has driven him to excel in roles that challenge societal norms and perceptions.

Apart from his penchant for negative roles, Karanvir also expressed his love for performing action sequences. He enjoys doing stunts and adrenaline-pumping fight scenes, which add excitement and dynamism to his performances. His dream of being part of a historical show, complete with horse-riding and grand action set-pieces, showcases his passion for challenging roles.

As for his future projects, Karanvir remained tight-lipped, choosing not to disclose any specific details. However, he hinted at an upcoming show that promises to be "crazy" and enthralling. He assured fans that the project would be revealed in August, building anticipation for yet another captivating performance.

As Karanvir Bohra continues to enthrall audiences with his versatile acting skills, fans eagerly await the unveiling of his new project. Whether portraying sinister characters or engaging in adrenaline-fueled action, Karanvir's dedication to his craft and willingness to explore diverse roles have cemented his position as a remarkable talent in the world of Indian television.

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