Actor Ronit Roy, who is known for his serious roles in both films and TV shows, is all set to go for an image makepver with a comical twist. Roy will showcase his funny side in an upcoming episode of Itna Karo Na Mujhe Pyar.
The show has a wedding sequence going on, in which characters essayed by Ronit and Pallavi Kulkarni, will witness a scary yet funny incident. Ragini (Pallavi) will forget her bag at a venue and Neil (Ronit) decides to accompany her to get it since it is late in the night. On their way back home, the estranged couple will realise that the tyre of their car is punctured by some nails scattered on the road. While they are stranded on the deserted road, some goons will try to rob the couple of their belongings.
In order to protect Pallavi, Niel will fight with them to protect her. However, it will not be much of an action sequence, as a comic angle to it will be served when Ragini will ask the goons who they are. Neil, in a sarcastic yet funny manner, will respond that they are Suresh, Ramesh, Bhavesh and so on. This will lead to an argument between the couple, due to which the goons would get irritated and ask them to stop the husband-wife squabble.
Itna Karo Na Mujhe Pyar is aired on Sony Entertainment Television.
Meanwhile, co-actor Darshan Pandya says that he finds Ronit fun-loving. "Ronit comes across as a very serious and reserved person, but in reality, he is a fun loving and an amazing guy to work with. He makes everyone around comfortable and ensure everyone has a good time on set," Darshan said in a statement.
Darshan, who plays the role of Aman in Itna Karo Na Mujhe Pyar, shares a close bond with his co-stars Ronit Roy and Pallavi Kulkarni. As most of their scenes are shot together, the trio spend a lot of their time interacting with each other off screen. Ronit and Darshan are often seen goofing around on the set, which leaves Pallavi puzzled, said a source.
The actor's funny side was seen recently on the sets when they were shooting for an intense emotional scene. Neil (Ronit) and Aman were fighting over Ragini (Pallavi), but they couldn't make it intense as every time the director said 'action', both the actors started laughing loudly. "When we were shooting the argument scene, every time we had to make an angry face at each other, we would burst out laughing. Pallavi would be completely surprised and confused as to what was happening making us laugh ever more," Darshan added.