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Sadda Haq’s Param Singh says he enjoys playing complicated characters

Television actor Param Singh who played Randhir Shekhawat in the popular show Sadda Haq, says he feels drawn to characters that have grey shades to them.

tv Updated: Mar 20, 2017 19:07 IST
Shreya Mukherjee
Shreya Mukherjee
Hindustan Times
Param Singh,Television,Bollywood
Param Singh is playing a character called Rangeela in the TV show Ghulaam.

Actor Param Singh is keen on exploring different characters on the small screen. Known for the role of Randhir Singh Shekhawat in Sadda Haq, the actor says that he finds it boring to play the boy next door all the time. Not just this, characters with grey shades also appeal to him.

“I enjoy playing complicated characters on-screen. Playing the regular guy or a character that is similar to me in real life, would be so boring. I am always looking out for roles that I’ve never done before. My character in Parvarrish was different from Sadda Haq. And both the characters are different from the one that I am playing now,” says Param.

Ask him what kind of on-screen portrayals intrigue him the most, and Param is quick to add, “Anything that is challenging. It can be a negative character or a character of a drug addict, a rapist or may be a positive character. I am open to every kind of role.”

Besides doing TV, Param says that he is eyeing a career in Bollywood too, however that doesn’t mean he will take up anything and everything that comes his way. “As far as Bollywood is concerned, I don’t want to do films that never get released or don’t have a proper reach in terms of audience. I would rather wait for a better offer from a good production house and a known director. Also, I don’t want to wait for films to happen to me. I would continue with my work on TV and not sit idle,” says the actor.

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First Published: Mar 20, 2017 19:07 IST