TV star Shaheer Sheikh who hit headlines after his spouse Ruchikaa Kapoor and he welcomed a child lady on September 9, in a latest interview opened up about dealing with a monetary disaster and being jobless for almost a yr after the present ‘Navya…Naye Dhadkan Naye Sawaal’ went off the air in 2012.
Shaheer added that he took up pictures for a quick time period to make ends meet and stored giving auditions till such a time the epic present ‘Mahabharat’ got here his manner.
During an interview with Zoom, Shaheer spoke in regards to the monetary struggles he encountered throughout the preliminary days of his profession. “Of course, there was a big gap between Navya and Mahabharat when I had switched to photography. I started doing photography. I used to do folios for my friends because there were few projects which were getting delayed. There was almost one year span where I was only doing auditions and roaming around. So, I think that was the phase between Navya and Mahabharat,” Shaheer Sheikh stated.
On the work entrance, Shaheer’s new present ‘Pavitra Rishta 2’ reverse Ankita Lokhande just lately dropped on Zee5. The actor is seen essaying the position of Manav, which was beforehand performed by actor Sushant Singh Rajput, while Ankita is seen reprising her position as Archana Deshmukh.
Speaking about getting into the sneakers of late Sushant Singh Rajput, Shaheer had written in an Instagram put up how reluctant he was at first to get onboard the challenge. Shaheer additionally revealed what made him change his thoughts. He wrote, “When I was first approached for Pavitra Rishta, I was taken aback. Who in their right frame of mind, would dare to play a character immortalised by Sushant Singh Rajput..I too was reluctant. Then I thought, knowing Sushant he was one to take every challenge head on. And so I decided that while it is scary to step into his shoes & live upto audience expectations… it is scarier to NOT even try.And so I did what I felt he would do, if he was in my position. I took the challenge. When the team told me they wanted someone who was earnest so that we could all tell a story that was a fitting homage to Sushant’s legacy… I decided to give it my all and leave the rest to the audiences and to The All Mighty. Working with a team that loved & respected him immensely only adds to the genuine intent in all our hearts. Sushant, you will always be Manav. Nothing can change that & no one can replace that. I may not be as good, and I may not do justice to it like you did, but I promise to give it my ALL. #pavitrarishta2.”