'Our show Ziddi Dil Maane Na is completely different from Left Right Left', Shaalien Malhotra
Sony SAB is coming up with a new show 'Ziddi Dil Maane Na' which is a youth based show that revolves around a young team of trained and civilian volunteers who meet at the Parakram SAF (Special Action Force) Base Camp. The show stars Shaalien Malhotra, Kaveri Priyam, Kunal Karan Kapoor, Diljot Chhabra, Aditya Deshmukh and Simple Kaul in lead roles and it goes on-air on 30th August. Shaalien Malhotra who plays the role of Karan Shergill in the show spoke to News Helpline about the show,his role and much more.Talking about his character,the actor said,"Karan is very disciplined and he is someone who follows rules. He hates people who get things easily in life and have no value for them. He is very headstrong and has many layers to its characters. It is a well written character and I think in my 10 years of work experience, it is the best role I have got to play."
Talking about the show, Shaalien said,"The show is completely new which offers a breath of fresh air. There are many characters in the show and each character has a backstory. It is an academy based youth show which has action and romance."Seeing the promo of the show, the audience is comparing it to the famous show Left Right Left, talking about the same, he said,"Our show Ziddi Dil Maane Na is completely different from Left Right Left. That show was one of my favourites and I have watched it . People are considering it to be the same because of the army background. But there is no similarity between the both."Talking about his preparation for the role, he said,"I am playing a special agent in the show therefore I have to look physically fit. For the last two years I had not given any attention to fitness. But now because of the role I am working on it. I have worked on my looks also because I want to look like a trainer.. My diet has been completely changed. I have worked a lot on being physically and mentally strong for the role. "
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