Hiten welcomes the confluence
Television Actor Hiten Tejwani, who is returning to the celluloid with,
Imaandaari Ki Maa Ki Aankh
, feels that the growing confluence between TV and films, are actually a boon for small screen stars.
“These are really good times for all kinds of people interested in acting. People are ready to take good actors, irrespective of whether he is a TV actor or a filmstar,” says Hiten. “The trend now is of small budget films, so this gives all kinds of actors their space in films,” he added.
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