'I would like to concentrate on acting rather than direction', Karanvir Sharma

Karanvir Sharma who has acted and directed the music video spoke to News Helpline about the song, experience of shooting it and much more : 
 
'I would like to concentrate on acting rather than direction', Karanvir Sharma

 Karanvir Sharma and Debattama Saha  have come together for a music video taking their on-screen romance from Shaurya Aur Anokhi Ki Kahani ahead with Jo Tera Howega. Their fans loved them as #ShaKhi and this song is a gift for their fans for pouring in so much love.Karanvir Sharma who has acted and directed the music video spoke to News Helpline about the song, experience of shooting it and much more : Talking about the response the song is getting, he said, "Till now whoever has seen the song have liked it. Our friends have been very supportive. There has not been a single person who has not liked the song. The song is a bit long but you won't feel it."

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Talking about the challenges while shooting the song, the actor shared," We both were playing the same characters that we used to play in our show. So somewhere it was challenging and supporting too. We had to play the same characters in a very limited time. It was a two day shoot which we completed it in just 6-7 hours. The crew was minimal."Karanvir has directed the video as well. Talking about what excites him more, direction or acting, he answered," It took me some time to get used to direction but it was lot of fun. But i find direction more stressful than acting. I want to excel in both but now I would like to concentrate on acting rather than direction."Song 'Jo Tera Howega' is  sung by Debattama herself, the music is by Vatsal Chevli with editing by Rushabh Modi. The video is directed by Karanvir Sharma.

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