'I like the laid back attitude of my character in Ziddi Dil Maane Na' Kunal Karan Kapoor

Sony Sab's show Ziddi Dil Maane Na's promo has left the audience super excited about the show.
 
'I like the laid back attitude of my character in Ziddi Dil Maane Na' Kunal Karan Kapoor

Sony Sab's show Ziddi Dil Maane Na's promo has left the audience super excited about the show. The show which is a  youth based show revolves around a young team of trained and civilian volunteers who meet at the Parakram SAF (Special Action Force) Base Camp. Kunal Karan Kapoor plays the character of Sid Ganju in the show and he spoke to News Helpline about the same.Talking about his role in the show, he said,"I play a character called Sid Ganju who has no aim in life. He just wants to chill and play video games until he meets someone in life who changes his life forever."Talking about the show, he said, "It is a youth based show and everybody is a misfit in the show. Every character is trying to find an aim in life. It is a story of misfits against the backdrop of the army."

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How did he prepare for his role, talking about the same, he said, "An actor always has to prepare for the role and for this show the amount of physical training I have been doing, I have never done that in my whole life. He further added," We did a lot of workshops for the show to prepare for our roles. Those workshops were specially meant to make all the characters comfortable with each other. Once that happened, now it has become so much fun to shoot for the show."What similarities does the character of Sid Ganju have with Kunal in real life, talking about the same,he said," I like the laid back attitude of my character in the show. I am also somewhat like that in my real life."The show Ziddi Dil Maane Na is starting on 30 August and  stars Shaalien Malhotra, Kaveri Priyam, Kunal Karan Kapoor, Diljot Chhabra, Aditya Deshmukh and Simple Kaul in lead roles.

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