Srikant Dwivedi says he has no qualms about playing Lord Vishnu in ‘Shiv Shakti’
Srikant Dwivedi says he has no qualms about playing Lord Vishnu in ‘Shiv Shakti’. Image source: IANS News
Mumbai, August 27: ‘Naagin 6’ famed Srikant Dwivedi has no qualms about reprising the role of Lord Vishnu in the legendary show ‘Shiv Shakti-Tap Tyag Tandav’.
Srikant said, “I enjoy playing Lord Vishnu and people accept me. I receive a lot of appreciation for my role. I don’t have any qualms about that. I’m not worried about typing after knowing that many actors previously complained about missing opportunities after becoming popular as a deity.”
“And just like today when we are on social media platforms to present our true selves, your audience easily connects with you and understands your work. Earlier this was a problem because audiences only communicated with actors through the performances and roles they perform, resulting in legendary artists. who get to print.”
Talking about his future plans, he said, “I am an artist and I will stay here till the end. I want to become versatile and for that I need to write different shades of roles. Earlier I played noble and positive roles, now I play the role of God. In the future I will try to do action and comedy.” romance, and so on.
“I will also play a negative or gray part. But personally, I once wanted to play a famous saint, like Swami Vivekananda, and Chaitanya Mahaprabhu in their biographies.”
‘Shiv Shakti-Tap Tyag Tandav’ stars Ram Yashvardhan as Lord Shiva and Subha Rajput as Goddess Parvati, navigating their relationship, duties, sacrifices and brave detachment to selflessly care for humanity. It is broadcast on Colors TV.
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